2019 Alabama House Bills

A list of all 2019 Alabama House Bills. Click any bill to read the full text and get the current status.

BillTitleSponsorLast ActionSigned
HB643Income tax, deductions for federal FICA taxes, tax on wages removed, self-employment taxes reduced, Sec. 40-18-15 am'd.Merika Coleman05/28/2019
HB642Education, public K-12, prohibit automatic renewal of any employment contracts compensated through the Education Trust FundChris Sells05/28/2019
HB641Pell City, corp. limits alt.Randy Wood05/29/2019
HB640Cockfighting, crimes of, penalties increased, Sec. 13A-12-4 am'd.John W. Rogers05/22/2019
HB636Jurors, travel reimbursement, rate adjusted, Sec. 12-19-210 am'd.April Weaver05/21/2019
HB633Colbert Co., sheriff, authorized to conduct fund raising events, including redeos and gun safety courses, use of funds for officeJamie Kiel05/23/2019
HB634Colbert Co., court cost, add'l service of process fees for service by sheriff, distrib.Jamie Kiel05/30/2019Signed
HB635Class 5 municipality, organized under Chapter 43D, Code of Alabama 1975, (Bessemer) city council, clerical assistants auth., Sec. 11-43D-14 am'd.Louise Alexander05/21/2019
HB637Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.Thomas Jackson05/21/2019
HB638Washington Co., to increase the maximum fee that may be charged by probate judge for online license plate, Act 2014-148, 2014 Reg. Sess.; Act 2017-91, 2017 Reg. Sess., am'd.Brett Easterbrook05/31/2019Signed
HB639Pickens Co., county superintendent of education, shall continue to be elected, const. amend.Rodney Sullivan05/28/2019
HB628Morgan Co., T.V.A. distribution of designated portion under Act 2010-135, distrib to certain named mun, until fiscal year commencing October 1, 2020, use of any remaining funds further providedTerri Collins05/28/2019
HB630Macon Co., occupational privilege license fee, authorized, application of the fee further provided, Act 97-522, 1997 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 45-44-244.31 am'd.Pebblin W. Warren05/28/2019
HB631Animals, adopted animals, sterilization, criminal penalties increased, Secs. 3-9-1, 3-9-2, 3-9-3 am'd.Dexter Grimsley05/21/2019
HB632Muscle Shoals, city bd. of ed., membs. election from city at large., qualifications, terms, comp., filling vacancies, referendumAndrew Sorrell05/30/2019
HB629Macon Co., sales and use tax, co. commission to levy, distrib. of proceeds to fund ambulance service for citizens, penaltiesPebblin W. Warren05/28/2019
HB627Eutaw, alcoholic beverages, draft beer, sale of authorized by ordinanceRalph Howard05/22/2019
HB626Eutaw, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales under certain conditionsRalph Howard05/28/2019Signed
HB625Common Core Standards, application to state K-12 education prohibited, transition standards to be implemented pending adoption of replacement curriculum standards by State Board of Education, const. amend.Tommy Hanes05/16/2019
HB624Class 5 municipalities, require each council member and mayor to reside in the district he or she represents, Sec. 11-43D-2 am'd.Louise Alexander05/16/2019
HB623Taxation, provide income tax deduction, military stationed out of statePaul W. Lee05/16/2019
HB622Monroe Co., circuit and district court cases, add'l court costs, distrib.Harry Shiver05/22/2019
HB621State sales and use tax increased, phase-in period, sales and use tax on food phased out, exempt by 2007, counties and municipalities prohibited from increasing sales tax on food, Secs. 40-23-2, 40-23-61 am'd.Chris Pringle05/15/2019
HB620Baldwin Co., toll road and bridge authority, authorized to be estab. by local law, project from end of Beach Express to U.S. I-65, bonds, tolls, const. amend.Steve McMillan05/30/2019Signed
HB619Motor vehicles, oversized vehicle permits, annual commercial wrecker emergency tow permit, provided, Sec. 32-9-29 am'd.Danny Crawford05/22/2019
HB618Macon Co., sheriff, operating a jail store and a telephone and messaging system for co. jailRex Reynolds05/29/2019Signed
HB617Alabama Athletic Commission, regulation of bare knuckle boxing added, membership of medical advisory panel revised, drug testing of competitors expanded, temporary license provided, Secs. 41-9-1021, 41-9-1023, 41-9-1024, 41-9-1027, 41-9-1028, 41-9-1029, 41-9-1030, 41-9-1031, 41-9-1032, 41-9-1033, 41-9-1034, 41-9-1035, 41-9-1036, 41-9-1037, 41-9-1038 am'd.Danny Garrett05/22/2019
HB616Education, public schools, grades 6 to 12, allow elective courses on the study of the Bible, provide immunity for teachers who teach in good faith with proper historical context, State Board of Education to implement rules and policiesReed Ingram05/14/2019
HB612Crimes and offenses, to amend threshold amounts for theft and receiving stolen property offenses, drug offense, amend sentences for certain drug offenses, create add'l drug offenses, relating to sentencing, clarify community corrections programs, Secs. 13A-12-211.1, 13A-12-212.1, 15-10-3.1 added; Secs, 13A-5-9, 13A-5-10, 13A-5-10.1, 13A-8-4.1, 13A-8-8.1, 13A-8-10.25, 13A-8-18.1, 13A-12-215, 13A-12-232, 13A-12-250, 13A-12-270 repealed; Secs. 12-25-34, 12-25-34.2, 12-25-36, 13A-5-6, 13A-5-8.1, 13A-12-231, 15-22-54, 13A-4-1, 13A-4-2, 13A-4-3, 13A-8-1, 13A-8-3, 13A-8-4, 13A-8-5, 13A-8-7, 13A-8-8, 13A-8-9, 13A-8-10, 13A-8-10.1, 13A-8-10.2, 13A-8-10.3, 13A-8-16, 13A-8-17, 13A-8-18, 13A-8-19, 13A-8-144, 13A-8-194, 13A-12-211 to 13A-12-214, inclusive, 13A-12-218, 40-17A-9,15-10-1, 15-20A-7, 15-20A-9 to 15-20A-18, inclusive, 15-20A-20, 15-20A-23, 15-20A-24, 15-20A-25, 15-20A-27, 15-20A-29, 15-20A-30, 15-20A-31, 15-20A-32, 15-20A-34, 15-20A-36, 15-20A-37, 15-20A-39 am'd.Jim Hill05/14/2019
HB613Class 1 mun., city council, use of city passenger automobile authorized, Act 448, 1967 Reg. Sess., am'd.Rod Scott05/14/2019
HB614Diversion programs, require every judicial circuit to establish a drug court program and mental health court program, community corrections, require every judicial circuit to establish a community punishment and corrections program, Sec. 15-18-187 added; Secs. 12-23A-4, 12-23A-9, 12-23A-12, 15-18-172, 15-18-176 am'd.Jim Hill05/14/2019
HB615Safety belts, increase maximum fine to $100 for drivers under the age of 19 for violating law, Sec. 32-5B-5 am'd.Chris Sells05/14/2019
HB609E911 responders, required to stay on phone until person is connected with appropriate provider, Sec. 11-98-11 am'd.Ed Oliver05/14/2019
HB606Marshall Co., sheriff, salary, further provided for,Kerry Rich05/23/2019Signed
HB607Lauderdale Co., authorize local board of health to perform soil percolation testsPhillip Pettus05/31/2019Signed
HB608Class 5 muns. organized under Title 11, Chapter 43D, (Bessemer), utility bds., mayor removed from management, to be organized under Article 9, Chapter 50, Title 11, Code of Alabama 1975, Sec. 11-43D-14 am'd.Louise Alexander05/14/2019
HB610Jefferson Co., elected official, participation in the Employees' Retirement System, const. amend.Louise Alexander05/14/2019
HB611Baldwin Co., toll road and bridge authority, toll road from Beach Express to I-65, incorp. of authority, powers, issuance of revenue bondsSteve McMillan05/30/2019Signed
HB605Marshall Co., sheriff, add'l expense allowanceKerry Rich05/23/2019Signed
HB604Marshall Co., sheriff, expenditures and disposal of property regulated, penalties for violationsKerry Rich05/23/2019Signed
HB603Marshall Co., sheriff dept., all employees required to receive continuing education, county commission to fund trainingKerry Rich05/23/2019Signed
HB602Marshall Co., feeding of prisoners further provided for, Discretionary Fund established, const. amend.Kerry Rich05/23/2019Signed
HB597Law enforcement officers, murdered in line of duty, state employee granted administrative leave for trial under certain conditionsRandy Wood05/30/2019Signed
HB598Mobile Co., simplified sellers use tax, distrib. of portion of the proceeds to the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial CircuitBarbara Drummond05/16/2019
HB599Cottage food production operations, baked goods and roasted coffees, exempt from obtaining food service permit from health department, labeling of baked goods, other food items, food safety course required, Sec. 22-20-5.1 am'd.Jamie Kiel05/09/2019
HB600Alabama Job Creation and Military Stability Commission, membership, to include Commissioner of Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Sec. 31-14-3 am'd.Steve Clouse05/30/2019Signed
HB601Health care, requires health care practitioners to include information about licensure in advertising and in other communications with patientsApril Weaver05/09/2019
HB596Constitution of Alabama of 1901, providing that only a citizen of the United States has the right to vote, const. amend.Arnold Mooney05/15/2019
HB595Firearms, Lifetime Carry PermitProncey Robertson05/08/2019
HB594Consumer Protection, Alabama State of Emergency Consumer Protection Act, enhanced criminal penalties provided under certain conditions, Secs. 13A-9-114, 34-8-6, 34-14A-14, 34-31-32, 34-36-16, 34-37-17 am'd.Corley Ellis05/15/2019
HB593Springville, corp limits alt.Jim Hill05/23/2019Signed
HB592Health, to remove religious exemption for requirement to vaccinate students, Sec. 16-30-3 am'd.Scott Stadthagen05/08/2019
HB591Class 4 municipality, sales and use tax, mun. authorized to reduce or eliminate its sales and use taxChris England05/08/2019
HB589Hueytown, ad valorem tax increase authorized, referendum, distrib. for mun. purposesAllen Farley05/14/2019
HB590Children, paternity, to enable a man to challenge presumption of paternity if he believes he is the biological father of a child, positive test results in loss of standing for presumed father, Secs. 26-17-604, 26-17-607 am'd.Gil Isbell05/08/2019
HB588Geneva Co., office of judge of probate, special recording fee, authorized, distrib. of feesJeff Sorrells05/23/2019Signed
HB575Motor vehicles, James Hooper Headlight Safety Act, recovery of damages in a negligence action further provided, Sec. 32-5-240 am'd.Andrew Sorrell05/07/2019
HB576Public notices and legal notices, to provide for electronic publication through state-sanctioned public notice website, Legal Notice Savings and Modernization Act, Secs. 6-8-64, 17-4-1 am'd.Andrew Sorrell05/07/2019
HB577Local legislation, publication or posting of notice, advertisement of local bills on the Internet, Section 106 (Section 106, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), am'd., const. amend.Andrew Sorrell05/07/2019
HB578Sumter Co., pistol permit, increase fee, distrib., Act 2464, 1971 Reg. Sess., am'd.Artis McCampbell05/07/2019
HB579Sumter Co., service of process, authorized, fees, disposition of fundsArtis McCampbell05/07/2019
HB580Sumter Co., sheriff, authorized to operate an inmate telephone system for prisonersArtis McCampbell05/07/2019
HB581Employees' Investment Retirement Plan (EIRP), established for certain TRS and ERS members of RSAChris Sells05/07/2019
HB582Business filing requirements, providing for an electronic process for submission of filings to judges of probate and the Sec. of State, counties may voluntarily participateDickie Drake05/31/2019Signed
HB583Civil practice, civil actions, satisfaction of judgements, procedure provided, Secs. 6-9-213, 6-9-222 added.Steve Hurst05/07/2019
HB584Cullman Co., sales and use tax, portion of distrib. to the Cullman Co. Fire Association Training Center, Act 81-599, 1981 Reg. Sess., am'd.Randall Shedd05/29/2019Signed
HB585Prisoners, adopting federal procedures for use of restraints on pregnant womenLaura Hall05/07/2019
HB586Mobile Co., legislative delegation office, employees further provided for, Act 80-621, 1980 Reg. Sess., am'd.Napoleon Bracy05/23/2019Signed
HB587Choctaw Co., sheriff, qualifications, continuing education requiredBrett Easterbrook05/28/2019Signed
HB574Condominiums and attached housing, property insurance at 150 percent of actual value required and liability insurance covering common areas, requiredAndrew Sorrell05/07/2019
HB570Apprenticeships, completion of apprenticeship and fulfillment of other requirements to entitle applicant to receive occupational license, Secs. 25-8-33, 25-8-35, and 25-8-43 am'd.Terri Collins05/31/2019Signed
HB573Cullman Co., Joppa Historical Board, Joppa School property transferred to from Cullman Co. Board of EducationRandall Shedd05/29/2019Signed
HB572Huntsville, ad valorem taxes, for public schools modified to apply citywide in Madison, Limestone, and Morgan Counties at same rateAndy Whitt05/21/2019Signed
HB567Hamilton, alcoholic beverages, draft or keg beer or malt beverages, sale authorized upon ordinance of city councilTracy Estes05/29/2019Signed
HB568Guin, alcoholic beverages, draft or keg beer or malt beverages, sale authorized upon ordinance of city councilTracy Estes05/29/2019Signed
HB569Gulf Shores, corp. limits alt.Steve McMillan05/30/2019Signed
HB571Limestone Co., solicitor's fee, distribution further provided for, minimum amount further provided, Sec. 45-42-81.01 am'd.Danny Crawford05/23/2019Signed
HB555Public utilities, creates - program for State of Alabama to serve as a guarantor for utility deposits under certain conditionsRod Scott05/02/2019
HB556State government, boards and commission, ALEA, SBI, Alabama Justice Information Commission, criminal justice information, background checks, National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact, Secs. 41-9-650 to 41-9-652, inclusive; Secs. 41-9-597, 41-9-599, 41-9-622, 41-9-629, 41-9-648 repealed; Secs. 41-9-590 to 41-9-596, inclusive, 41-9-598, 41-9-601, 41-9-621, 41-9-623, 41-9-625, 41-9-627, 41-9-628, 41-9-630 to 41-9-635, inclusive, 41-9-637, 41-9-643, 41-9-645, 41-9-646, 41-9-649 am'd.Alan Baker05/31/2019Signed
HB557Blount Co., system of county government, changed from a district system to a unit systemRandall Shedd05/02/2019
HB558Choctaw Co., coroner, expense allowance, expense allow., add'l.Brett Easterbrook05/28/2019Signed
HB559Crimes and offenses, provide that a judge may split a sentence for misdemeanor convictions, Sec. 15-18-8 am'd.Matt Simpson05/29/2019Signed
HB560Professional licenses, remove all exemptions from automatic provisions for, except the exemption for certifications issued by the Alabama Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission, Sec. 31-1-6 am'd.Wes Kitchens05/02/2019
HB561Legislature, term limits, limit to five full terms plus two years of extra service filling a vacancy in each house provided, const. amend.Arnold Mooney05/02/2019
HB562Bibb Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of others, const. amend.April Weaver05/02/2019
HB563Chilton Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of others, const. amend.April Weaver05/16/2019
HB564Blount Co., lodging tax, co. commission authorized to levy, recreational vehicles and campgrounds excludedConnie C. Rowe05/29/2019Signed
HB565Bail bonds, Alabama Bail Bond Regulatory Act, regulation of further provided for, Professional Bail Bonding Board created, licensure of bondsmen and recovery agents, continuing education,Chris England05/29/2019Signed
HB566Schools, public K-12, nutrition, allowing schools to donate surplus, non-expired food to charitable organizations, purpose of redistributing food to needy studentsWes Kitchens05/31/2019Signed
HB543Alcoholic beverages, allow a manufacturer, importer, or wholesaler to be a member, donor, etc. of a nonprofit organization holding a retail license, Sec. 28-3-4 am'd.Becky Nordgren05/15/2019
HB542Alcoholic beverages, authorize breweries, wineries, and distilleries to sell and dispense alcoholic beverages from other manufacturers under common ownership at tasting rooms, Secs. 28-3-1, 28-3A-6 am'd.Becky Nordgren05/02/2019
HB541Employment, require employers and state agencies to follow specified requirements to determine whether a worker is an employee for purposes of benefits and tax liabilitiesWes Kitchens05/02/2019
HB540Taxation, incentives for attraction of new and expanding business including rural areas, investment credit for income tax, financial institution excise tax, insurance premium tax, utility tax, further incentives for rural areas as defined, purchase of credits, incentives for high-tech companies, Ala. Incentives Modernization Act, Secs. 40-18-6.1, 40-18-8.1, 40-18-376.3 added; Secs. 40-18-376, 40-18-376.1, 40-18-410, 40-18-411, 40-18-412, 40-18-413, 40-18-414 am'd.Bill Poole05/30/2019Signed
HB538Campaign debt, require reporting of if contributions accepted to pay off, Secs. 17-5-2, 17-5-7, 17-5-8, 17-5-9 am'd.Andrew Sorrell05/02/2019
HB544Crimes and offenses, sexual offenses, false sexual allegation, Sec. 13A-6-72 addedDickie Drake05/02/2019
HB548Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Contractors, Board of, replace definition, qualifications, and registration requirements for positions of an apprentice with the positions of Technician I and Technician II, Secs. 34-31-18, 34-31-24, 34-31-25, 34-31-28 am'd.Wes Kitchens05/08/2019
HB549Public Health, require Dept of Public Health to provide education to public regarding care for Alzheimer's and dementia patients, provide funding, Secs. 22-50-70, 22-50-71, 22-50-72, 22-50-73, 22-50-74 repealedLaura Hall05/31/2019Signed
HB554Joint Legislative Prison Oversight Committee, add members to the committee, make technical changes, Sec. 29-2-20 am'd.Chris England05/08/2019
HB553Bibb Co., sales and use tax, county comm. authorized to levy, conditions for levy based on retirement of certain school debt, distrib. for education and co. gen. fundRalph Howard05/23/2019Signed
HB552Corporate Income Tax, allow taxpayer who is part of a controlled group to factor that controlled group in computing deduction limitations, Sec. 40-18-39.1 added.Danny Garrett05/02/2019
HB551Cemeteries, in operation in this state, required to provide and maintain a list of all charges for burial services and burial merchandise offered in place of business, provide printed or electronic copy upon request, Sec. 8-30-2 am'd.Randy Wood05/02/2019
HB550Real estate sold for payment of taxes, recovery actions by owner and actions for possession by tax purchaser, further provided for, tax lien by tax purchaser, authorized, Act 2018-494, 2018 Reg. Sess., repealed; Secs. 40-10-82, 40-10-120 am'd.Debbie Wood05/02/2019
HB537State agencies, process to require agencies to provide detailed information on the services they provide or fund, service inventory, Legislative Services Agency responsible for compiling a catalog of services for the stateRich Wingo05/30/2019Signed
HB547Coffee Co., Board of Registrars, working days increased, Sec. 17-3-8 am'd.Rhett Marques05/14/2019
HB546Coffee Co., sheriff, expense allowance, expires at end of current termRhett Marques05/23/2019Signed
HB545Greene Co., bingo on electronic machines or devices authorized for licensed racetracks, Greene Co. Gaming Commission, established, const. amend.Artis McCampbell05/14/2019
HB539Taxation, Alabama State Missionary Baptist Convention, Incorporated and each local Baptist association in good standing of the convention, exempt from ad valorem and sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-9-12 am'd.Kirk Hatcher05/02/2019
HB536Franklin Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of others, const. amend.Jamie Kiel05/16/2019Signed
HB535Shelby Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of others, const. amend.Arnold Mooney05/15/2019
HB534Taxation, sale of land for unpaid tax delinquent after January 1, 2020, redemption, Secs. 40-10-75, 40-10-76, 40-10-77, 40-10-83, 40-10-121, 40-10-122 am'd.Steve McMillan04/30/2019
HB533Public assistance, certain eligibility requirements for TANF and SNAP revised, fraud detection measures requiredWill Dismukes04/30/2019
HB532Motor vehicles, speed limits, enforcement by municipal police officers on interstate and in police jurisdiction, authorized, Sec. 32-5A-171 am'd.Randy Wood05/08/2019
HB528County Boards of Equalizatioin, counties with population of 600,000 or more, assoc. members, compensation increased, Sec. 40-3-7 am'd.Louise Alexander05/31/2019Signed
HB529Courts, circuit and district judges, qualifications, min times of state licensure to practice law, persons with certain professional disciplinary actions, prohibited from qualification, Secs. 12-11-1, 12-12-1 am'd.David Faulkner05/31/2019Signed
HB530Justices and judges, revise compensation received by retired justices and judges who are called to active duty, Secs. 12-18-10, 12-18-61 am'd.Nathaniel Ledbetter05/30/2019
HB531Taxation, Amazon Hope, Incorporated, exempt from sales and use taxesBecky Nordgren04/30/2019
HB522Health, St. Bd. of, immunization registry, reports re immunization vaccines, review by providers, Sec. 22-11B-2 am'd.April Weaver05/08/2019
HB523Colbert Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of others, const. amend.Andrew Sorrell05/29/2019
HB524Tallapoosa Co., platted subdivisions, local laws authorized to establish road maint. districts, referendums, assessments for road maint, const. amend.Ed Oliver05/15/2019
HB525Tallapoosa Co., Willow Point Subdivision, estab. of road maint. district, referendum, fees, bd. of directorsEd Oliver05/15/2019
HB526Alexander City, corp. limits alt.Ed Oliver05/15/2019
HB527Owens Cross Roads, corp. limits alt., deannexing propertyMike Ball05/29/2019Signed
HB521Lauderdale Co., sheriffs, increase compensationPhillip Pettus05/16/2019Signed
HB514Storage facilities, self-service, Self-Service Storage Facilities Act, created, definitions, operator's liens, authorized, Secs. 8-15-40 to 8-15-49, inclusive, added; Secs. 8-15-30 to 8-15-38, inclusive, repealedShane Stringer04/25/2019
HB515Special judges, compensation, at a sum not to exceed one hundred per day and reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses, Sec. 12-1-14.1 am'd.David Standridge04/25/2019
HB516Drug screenings, sale or marketing of human or synthetic urine to defraud a drug or alcohol screening test prohibited, possession, sale, or advertising of adultrants designed to defeat a screening test prohibited, criminal penaltiesArnold Mooney04/25/2019
HB517Electricity utility services, to remove sunset provision from Energy Security Act of 2015, Sec. 37-4-150 am'd.Alan Baker05/28/2019Signed
HB518Agriculture, to provide that lab grown meat may not be labeled for sale as "meat" or a "meat product", Sec. 2-17-10 am'd.Danny Crawford05/23/2019Signed
HB519Alcoholic beverages delivery service permit, authorizes delivery of alcoholic beverages from certain licensed retailers to adult residents in state, Sec. 28-3A-3.1 added; Sec. 28-1-4 am'd.Gil Isbell05/22/2019
HB520Vessels, personal watercraft, operation of, further provided, Sec. 33-5-51 am'd.Ginny Shaver05/08/2019
HB506Teachers, provisional teaching certificates, length of time for which emergency certificate is valid is extended from one year to two years, Secs. 16-3-16, 16-23-3, 16-23-16.1, 16-24C-3 am'd.Tracy Estes05/29/2019Signed
HB507Public contracts, wireless telecommunications contracts, further provided, Secs. 41-16-27, 41-16-51 am'd.Allen Treadaway04/25/2019
HB508Military bases, counties and municipalities, formation of redevelopment authorities to finance projects contiguous to operating or closed bases, eminent domain powersThad McClammy05/15/2019
HB509Work release, to create a new classification exception to allow certain inmates to be eligible to participate in work release programs, Sec. 14-8-2 am'd.Rod Scott04/25/2019
HB510Court Reporting, Board of, freelance, official, and supervising court reporter defined, board staff, investigations and hearings pursuant to APA, temporary licensure, lapsed and expired licenses, and fees, Secs. 34-8B-2, 34-8B-4, 34-8B-5, 34-8B-6, 34-8B-8, 34-8B-10, 34-8B-12, 34-8B-13, 34-8B-15, 34-8B-16, 34-8B-17 am'd.Shane Stringer05/08/2019
HB511Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., wildlife management areas, penalties for violating laws and rules, classification of offense, Sec. 9-11-307 am'd.Shane Stringer05/23/2019
HB512St. Clair Co., abolish judicial division requirements relating to jail detainers, Act 1907-63, am'd.Jim Hill05/31/2019Signed
HB513Code of Alabama 1975, Acts of 2018 Regular Session, supplements and certain replacement volumes, codified with certain corrections, local laws of certain counties codified, duties of Secretary of StateVictor Gaston05/16/2019
HB503State employee retirement benefits, subject to garnishment for child support and alimony, Sec. 36-27-28 am'd.Steve McMillan05/28/2019
HB504Circuit clerks, qualifications for supernumerary status revised, Sec. 12-17-140 am'd.Joe Lovvorn04/23/2019
HB505Judges, vacancies, initial term of judges appt. to fill, further provided for, Amendment 328, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd, const. amend.David Faulkner05/31/2019Signed
HB492Lauderdale Co., superintendent of education, election by qualified electors residing outside corporate limits of Florence, Act 33, 1931 SessionLynn Greer04/23/2019
HB491Abortion, physicians, duty of care owed to babies born alive after faild abortion, criminal penaltiesGinny Shaver05/22/2019
HB490Drugs, prohibit unlawful sale of drug paraphernalia and controlled substances near church, prohibit sales of drug paraphernalia near school, Secs. 13A-12-250, 13A-12-260 am'd.Laura Hall05/02/2019
HB489License plates, emergency medical services providers, distinctive license plates provided for, Sec. 32-6-281 addedRex Reynolds05/31/2019Signed
HB488Soil and water conservation districts, to grant immunity from civil action related to the loan or renting of equipment by district supervisors and employees, Sec. 9-8-25 am'd.Danny Crawford05/02/2019
HB487Taxation, to increase the fee for recording certain mortgages, deeds of trust, contracts of conditional sale, or other instruments of like character and to modify rate and distribution of funds, Sec. 40-22-2 am'd.Neil Rafferty04/23/2019
HB486Voter registration, authorize registration same day as election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.Neil Rafferty04/23/2019
HB493Lexington, alcoholic beverages, sale of draft beer authorized, establishments selling required to provide equipment necessary to dispense, referendumLynn Greer05/16/2019Signed
HB494Alcoholic beverages, beer dispensed by brewery or brewpub, privilege or excise tax determined at time beer is allocated for retail sales , Secs, 28-3A-6, 28-4A-4 am'd.Becky Nordgren05/02/2019
HB495State Board of Auctioneers, qualifications for licensure, annual single use auction license, inactive licenses, reciprocal licensing of apprentice auctioneer prohibited, conduct of auctions without a license, disciplinary actions pursuant to APA, board membership and meetings, Secs. 34-4-21, 34-4-23, 34-4-25, 34-4-27, 34-4-28, 34-4-29, 34-4-30, 34-4-31, 34-4-33, 34-4-50, 34-4-52 am'd.Gil Isbell05/29/2019
HB502Absentee voting, authorize without providing excuse, Secs. 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.Prince Chestnut04/23/2019
HB501Voting, automatic voter registration, process establishedPrince Chestnut04/23/2019
HB500Litter, increase penalties, introduce new penalties for litter from vehicle, watercraft, of cigarettes or of urine, and change from Class C to Class B misdemeanor, Secs. 13A-7-29, 23-5-6, 32-5-76, 32-5A-60, 33-6-10 am'd.Margie Wilcox05/31/2019Signed
HB499Pharmacists, biological drug products, substitution with interchangeable biological products as defined, Sec. 34-23-8.1 added; Sec. 34-23-1 am'd.Ron Johnson04/23/2019
HB498Colleges and universities, require public colleges and universities to enact policies protecting freedom of speech on campusMatt Fridy05/31/2019Signed
HB497Class 4 municipalities, personnel system, eligibility lists, appointments and probationary periods, further provided, Secs. 11-44B-43, 11-44B-44 am'd.Artis McCampbell05/30/2019
HB496Sexual offenses, redefined certain sexual offenses, sex offender registration, community notification act, add foster parent engaging in sex act, technical revisions, Secs. 13A-5-6, 13A-6-60 to 13A-6-65, inclusive, 13A-6-65.1, 13A-6-66, 13A-6-67, 13A-6-68, 13A-6-70, 13A-6-71, 13A-6-81,13A-6-82, 13A-6-122, 13A-6-241, 13A-6-243, 13A-11-9, 13A-11-32.1, 13A-12-120, 13A-12-121, 13A-12-190, 13A-12-192, 15-3-5, 15-20A-5, 15-20A-44, 15-23-101, 15-23-102 am'd.Chris England05/23/2019
HB485State Treasury, Education Retirees' Trust Fund, created, cost-of-living adjustments, to provide funding by lottery if one is authorizedRod Scott04/23/2019
HB484Transportation, rail carriers, Safe Freight Act, minimum crew requirements, providedNapoleon Bracy05/15/2019
HB483Foley, corp. limits alt.Steve McMillan05/29/2019Signed
HB464Pistol permits, permits issued to retired military veterans, revocation of permit further provided, Sec. 13A-11-75.1 am'd.Dickie Drake05/31/2019Signed
HB465Talladega Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of othersRon Johnson05/14/2019
HB466Lead Reduction Act, adding definitions, increase regulations, increase authority of Dept of Public Health, Secs. 22-37A-8, 22-37A-9 repealed; Secs. 22-37A-2, 22-37A-3, 22-37A-5, 22-37A-6, 22-37A-7 am'd.Reed Ingram05/02/2019
HB467Marriage, minimum age of contracting marriage increased from the age of 16 to age 17, Sec. 30-1-4 am'd.Laura Hall05/16/2019
HB468Corrections Dept., two-step salary increase for certain employees, to receive payment for any accrued and unused annual leave, bonuses, Secs. 14-1-20, 36-26-35 am'd.Chris England05/23/2019Signed
HB469Schools, a comprehensive character education program, address methods of discouraging bulling and violent acts against fellow students, Sec. 16-6B-2 am'd.John W. Rogers04/18/2019
HB470State sales and use tax increased, phase-in period, sales and use tax on food phased out, exempt by 2007, counties and municipalities prohibited from increasing sales tax on food, Secs. 40-23-2, 40-23-61 am'd.Mary Moore04/18/2019
HB471Pike Co., physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant, authorized to detain and provide emergency treatment for an individual with mental illness for up to 72 hours, law enforcement, authorized to take an individual with mental illness into protective custody under certain conditions, protection from civil and criminal liabilitiesWes Allen05/30/2019Signed
HB472Limestone Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of others, const. amend.Danny Crawford05/07/2019
HB473Alabama Security Regulatory Board, bd. auth. to hold hearings and issue subpoenas, fees set by rule of board, classroom training requirements provided and modified by rule of board, practice without license a Class A misdemeanor, Secs. 34-27C-1 to 34-27C-5, inclusive, 34-27C-7 to 34-27C-13, inclusive, 34-27C-16, 34-27C-17, 34-27C-18 am'd.Proncey Robertson04/25/2019
HB474Entertainment districts, allow wineries, distilleries, and breweries to sell alcohol for consumption within districts, revise qualifications for certain municipalities to establish, Sec. 28-3A-17.1 am'd.Neil Rafferty05/02/2019
HB482Wages, municipality authorized to increase minimum wage set by federal government, existing law repealed, Secs. 25-7-40 to 25-7-45, inclusive, repealedNapoleon Bracy04/18/2019
HB481Conservation and Natural Resources, wildlife, possession for public exhibition purposes, importing of cervidae, prohibited, Sec. 9-11-328 am'd.Artis McCampbell05/23/2019
HB480Tuscaloosa Co, privately owned sewer systems that use public rights-of-way in city limits, under jurisdiction of PSC, const. amend.Rich Wingo04/30/2019
HB479Transportation, Class A restricted CDL, issued to applicants aged 18 years but under 21 years, restriction limits, operation of commerical vehicles within state linesDexter Grimsley05/16/2019Signed
HB478Jefferson Co., 10th Judicial Circuit, Bessemer Div., assistant district attorneys, two additional appointed, Sec. 45-37-82.01 am'd.Allen Farley05/23/2019Signed
HB477Vessels, personal watercraft, operation of, further provided, Sec. 33-5-51 am'd.Ginny Shaver04/18/2019
HB476Water Resources Act, coordination of plans relating to water allocation required, restrictions of use under certain conditions, award of conservation credits to certain consumers, Alabama Water Security and Conservation Act, Secs. 9-10B-31, 9-10B-32 added; Secs. 9-10B-2, 9-10B-3, 9-10B-20, 9-10B-22, 9-10B-23, 9-10B-24 am'd.Neil Rafferty04/18/2019
HB475Commerce, Alabama Rural and Agribusiness Jobs ActDanny Garrett05/14/2019
HB458Drivers's licenses, law enforcement agency, authorize a person to provide documentation of an autism spectrum disorder, Sec. 41-27-11 am'd.Craig Lipscomb04/18/2019
HB459Polygraph Examiners Board, increase fees for application, original license, and license renewal, Sec. 34-25-26 am'd.Andy Whitt05/29/2019Signed
HB460Taxation, Amazon Hope, Incorporated, exempt from ad valorem and sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-9-12 am'd.Becky Nordgren04/18/2019
HB461Lauderdale Co., churches, deadly physical force, use in self-defense or defense of others, const. amend.Lynn Greer05/16/2019Signed
HB462Schools, public high school career technical programs, local boards of education authorized to use any available facilities board determines better suited than existing facilities, notwithstanding State Building Code or other building codesBrett Easterbrook05/31/2019Signed
HB463Cottage food production operations, baked goods and roasted coffees, exempt from obtaining food service permit from health department, labeling of baked goods, other food items, food safety course required, Sec. 22-20-5.1 am'd.Thomas Jackson05/08/2019
HB449Education, grades K-12, yoga, authorize local boards of education to offer to studentsJeremy Gray05/15/2019
HB448Birmingham, Anti-violence Task Force established to study all aspects of violent criminal activity and suggest remedies to reduceJohn W. Rogers04/16/2019
HB447Jefferson Co., sheriff, confidential secretary, authorized for Bessemer Division, Sec. 45-37-232.40 am'd.John W. Rogers04/16/2019
HB446Bingo, Jefferson Co., legalizing certain operations of electronic bingo for prizes or money for charitable or educational purposes, const, amend.John W. Rogers04/16/2019
HB445Commission on Higher Education, convening deans of all public and private institutions of higher education at least twice a year, discuss improving student access and student success, annual report to Legislature and GovernorRod Scott04/16/2019
HB444Health, Alabama Injection-Associated Infectious Disease Elimination Act, authorizing the establishment of local and state programs to combat spread of such diseasesProncey Robertson04/16/2019
HB450Jefferson Co., Indigent Care Fund, funds to be distributed to Cooper Green Mercy Health Services, Sec. 45-37-243.11 am'd.John W. Rogers04/16/2019
HB451Birmingham, City of, mayor-council form of government, mayor and council duties, further provided for, Secs. 45-37A-52.55, 45-37A-52.56, 45-37A-52.59, 45-37A-52.95, 45-37A-52.128, 45-37A-52.134, 45-37A-52.198, 45-37A-52.200, 45-37A-52.270 am'd.John W. Rogers04/16/2019
HB457Taxation, tax credits, Railroad Modernization Act, state income tax credit authorized for qualified railroad reconstruction or replacement expendituresRod Scott05/02/2019
HB456Parks, recreational vehicle parks, procedure for removing certain guestPhillip Pettus05/31/2019Signed
HB455Military leave of absence, private right of action against violators, created, prohibit discrimination against members of the uniformed services for exercising his or her rights, Secs. 31-2-13.1, 31-2-13.2 added; Sec. 31-2-13 am'd.Prince Chestnut05/14/2019
HB454Voting rights restoration, process of applying for Certificate of Eligibility to Register to Vote, eliminate requirement to pay fines and fees to regain right to vote, expand persons eligible for restoration of voting rights, Sec. 15-22-36.1 am'd.Laura Hall04/16/2019
HB453Absentee voting, inmate identification card valid form of ID to vote absentee, option of incarcerated person added to absentee application, ballot and list of criteria for eligibility to vote absentee, Secs. 17-9-30, 17-11-3, 17-11-7 am'd.Laura Hall04/16/2019
HB452State employees, annual and sick leave accrual, certified firefighters working at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport or Dannelly Field on a 24-hour shift, amounts increased, Sec. 36-26-35 am'd.Dickie Drake04/16/2019
HB435Houston Co., law enforcement, authorized to take an individual with mental illness into protective custody under certain conditions, protection from civil and criminal liabilitiesPaul W. Lee05/30/2019Signed
HB434Trussville, corp. limits alt.Danny Garrett05/23/2019Signed
HB433DeKalb Co., sheriff, pistol permits, fee reduced for persons age 62 or older, Sec. 45-25-232 am'd.Nathaniel Ledbetter05/16/2019Signed
HB432Fireworks, State Fire Marshal, fees for manufacturing, sale, display, increased, common fireworks, redesignated consumer fireworks, authorized to be sold at retail, preemption of co. and mun ordinances or laws, fees increased based on increases in Consumer Price Index (CPI), transfer of funds to Firefighter Annunity and Benefit Fund, Secs. 8-17-210, 8-17-211, 8-17-216.1, 8-17-217, 8-17-218, 8-17-219, 8-17-220, 8-17-225, 8-17-226, 8-17-255, 34-33-11 am'd.Ron Johnson04/25/2019
HB431Dale Co., law enforcement, authorized to take an individual with mental illness into protective custody under certain conditions, protection from civil and criminal liabilitiesSteve Clouse05/30/2019Signed
HB430State contracts, state information technology contracts, require vertifcation of hours worked through third party softwareSteve Clouse04/16/2019
HB436Criminal procedure, capital punishment, death penalty, attendance at executions, further provided, Sec. 15-18-83 am'd.Kyle South05/15/2019Signed
HB437Retirement, RSA, ERS, Tier III Retirement plan created, plan benefits defined, Secs. 36-26-36.1, 36-27-1, 36-27-16, 36-27-24, 36-27-59 am'd.Reed Ingram05/16/2019
HB443Elections, allowing persons convicted of certain felonies to vote, Sec. 15-22-36.1 am'd.Thad McClammy04/16/2019
HB442Parks, recreational facilities, modify definition of "project", include establishment of a hotel, restaurant, caf, cafeteria, lunch counter, or public eating house, etc., Sec. 11-47-210 am'd.Thad McClammy04/25/2019
HB441Presidential elections, electoral college votes, congressional dstrict method instituted, Secs. 17-14-10, 17-14-30, 17-4-31, 17-14-32, 17-14-36 am'd.Thad McClammy04/16/2019
HB440Drivers' licenses, to require the words registered voter appear on the driver's licenses and nondriver identification cards of registered voters in AlabamaThad McClammy04/16/2019
HB439Teachers' Retirement System, retirees, one-time lump sum retirement payment in December 2017, approp. from Edu. Trust Fund in Oct. 2016.Tim Wadsworth04/16/2019
HB438Law enforcement, co. and municipal, injured while on duty, county or municipality required to compensate throughout the officer's period of recovery at normal rate of compensationPhillip Pettus05/22/2019
HB429Mobile co., civil service system, co. commission authorized to have pilot program, Act 470, 1939 Reg. Sess., am'd.Victor Gaston04/16/2019
HB418Sales and use tax, simplied seller use tax on sellers selling goods without a physical presence in state, affiliated nexus repealed, one-time average state and local sellers use tax rate, Sec. 40-23-190 repealed; Secs. 40-23-191, 40-23-199.2 am'd.Rod Scott04/18/2019
HB419Taxation, Financial Institution Excise Tax Reform Act of 2019, tax procedure further provided, Secs. 40-16-1, 40-16-3, 40-16-6 am'd.Kyle South05/22/2019Signed
HB423Public schools, require a child successfully complete kindergarten before being admitted to the first grade, Sec. 16-28-4 am'd.Pebblin W. Warren05/31/2019
HB424Taxation, Alabama Innovation Act, tax credit for qualified research expenses, provided, Secs. 40-18-470 to 40-18-475, inclusive, added.Joe Lovvorn05/02/2019
HB425Domestic violence, protection orders, definitions clarified, notice of hearing and service of process requirements clarified, fines and penalties for violations clarified, Sec. 13A-6-139.1 repealed; Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131, 13A-6-132, 13A-6-134, 13A-6-138, 13A-6-142, 15-10-3, 15-13-190, 15-23-68, 30-5-2, 30-5-3, 30-5-5, 30-5-8 am'd.David Faulkner05/16/2019Signed
HB426Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, landlord duties, smoke alarms required, Sec. 35-9A-204 am'd.Joe Lovvorn05/31/2019
HB427Public assistance, recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to cooperate with the Child Support Enforcement Division of the Dept. of Human Resources, Sec. 38-10-5 am'd.Becky Nordgren04/11/2019
HB428Taxation, tax credit, authorized for the cost of acquisition and construction of a qualified storm shelterJoe Lovvorn05/14/2019
HB412Sports wagering, authorize the adoption of local legislation, Sec. 13A-12-25.1 added.John W. Rogers04/11/2019
HB411Voting, early voting procedure established, all electionsJohn W. Rogers04/11/2019
HB410Class 1 municipalities, drivers license, suspension, prohibited for failure to pay fines, fees, or court costs if indigent, Sec. 32-5A-195 am'd.John W. Rogers04/11/2019
HB409Competitive bid law, during declared state of emergency, exemption from competitive bid process based on convenience deleted, Sec. 41-16-72 am'd.Chris Pringle05/14/2019
HB408Legislature, term limits of three terms plus two years in each house provided, prior service not counted, const. amend.Andrew Sorrell04/11/2019
HB407Dental Scholarship Awards Board, Alabama Dental Service Program, name revised from Council on Dental Education to Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association, Sec. 16-47-78 am'd.Kelvin Lawrence04/30/2019
HB413Professional licensing boards, review of certain boards, prohibit discrimination of a person or client, create judicial review boardJohn W. Rogers04/11/2019
HB414Water works board, exempting certain counties from appointing a member to the water board, Sec. 11-50-301 am'd.John W. Rogers04/11/2019
HB415Holidays, to require observance of Robert E. Lee's birthday on Confederate Memorial Day, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.John W. Rogers04/11/2019
HB416Birmingham, Anti-violence Task Force established to study all aspects of violent criminal activity and suggest remedies to reduceJohn W. Rogers04/11/2019
HB417Jackson Co., annual publication of expenditures and receipts, Act 484, 1978 Reg. Sess., repealedTommy Hanes05/23/2019
HB420Taxation, require Dept. of Revenue to enter into agreements with financial institutions to develop a financial institution data match program, Sec. 40-29-23.1 added.Kyle South05/22/2019Signed
HB421Crimes and offenses, crime of female genital mutilation established, criminal penalties providedRod Scott05/02/2019
HB422Macon Co., bingo, may be played on electronic machines authorized by the National Indian Gaming Commission, const. amend.Pebblin W. Warren05/31/2019
HB403Criminal history background checks, require background check for only adult working in a child care institution, group home, maternity center, or transitional living facility, Secs. 38-13-2, 38-13-4 am'd.Paul W. Lee05/23/2019Signed
HB404Motor vehicles, distracted driving, use of cell phone while operating a motor vehicle prohibited, exceptions, CiCi's Law, Secs. 32-5A-350, 32-5A-351 am'd.K.L. Brown05/31/2019
HB405Supernumerary district attorneys, qualifications altered, removing minimum years of service and age requirement, Sec. 12-17-213 am'd.Randy Wood04/11/2019
HB406Nicotine products, e-cigarettes or electronic nicotine delivery devices, prohibit the use of where smoking is also prohibited, employer may designate specified areas at workplaces, restaurant owners may choose whether to allow or not, Secs. 22-15A-3, 22-15A-4, 22-15A-5, 22-15A-6 am'd.Shane Stringer04/11/2019
HB402Taxation, inspection fees, penalties, transfer distribution responsibilities from State Treasurer to the Dept. of RevenueBrett Easterbrook05/16/2019Signed
HB392Telecommunications carriers, provide that the reductions in fees will be cumulative, Sec. 37-2A-10.1 am'd.Chris Pringle05/31/2019Signed
HB391Beer suppliers and wholesalers, regulation of contracts governing, revised, Sec. 28-9-5.1 added; Sec. 28-9-4 am'd.Chip Brown04/09/2019
HB390Taxation, adaptive equipment, exempt from sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.Kerry Rich05/29/2019Signed
HB389Teachers' Retirement System, UAB employees who served as postdoctoral fellow, allowed to purchase up to two years credit in the systemJohn W. Rogers05/08/2019
HB388Education, K-3 grades, Alabama Literacy Act, established, steps to improve reading proficiencyTerri Collins05/31/2019Signed
HB383Taxation, sales and use taxes and lodging taxes, qualifying seasonal taxpayers may have different filing periods, Secs. 40-23-7, 40-23-68, 40-26-3 am'd.Steve McMillan05/16/2019Signed
HB393Motor vehicle dealer licensing, master regulatory dealer license, provided, wholesale motor vehicle auction license provided, Secs. 40-12-445 to 40-12-450, inclusive, added; Secs. 40-12-264, 40-12-390 to 40-12-393, incl., 40-12-395, 40-12-398 am'd.Randy Wood05/16/2019Signed
HB394Motor vehicles, unclaimed motor vehicles, title hold, further provided, bond requirement, provided, Secs. 32-8-84, 32-13-2, 32-13-3 am'd.Randy Wood05/16/2019Signed
HB395Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., sensitive personally identifying information, removed from fishing equipment and trapping equipment, Secs. 9-11-22, 9-11-59 am'd.Rodney Sullivan05/23/2019Signed
HB396Geneva Co., special recording fee in office of judge of probate, provided for, distrib.Rod Scott05/23/2019Signed
HB397DeKalb Co., City of Fort Payne, city council, election of members further provided for, vacancies, Sec. 45-25A-40 am'd.Nathaniel Ledbetter05/16/2019Signed
HB398Lauderdale Co., Judicial Commission, created to nominate to the Gov., persons to fill vacancies for circuit or district court judges, Amendment No. 819 and 918 (Section 4.10, Lauderdale Co., Local Constitutional Amendment, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.Andrew Sorrell05/16/2019Signed
HB399Class 3 municipalities, electric foot scooters, regulation by ordinance subject to provisions of this act, penaltiesRex Reynolds05/02/2019
HB400Telecommunications, Broadband Using Electric Easement Accessibility Act, Secs. 37-16-1 to 37-16-8, inclusive, added.Randall Shedd05/23/2019Signed
HB401Supernumerary court reporters, death benefits for surviving spouse providedProncey Robertson04/18/2019
HB376Corrections Dept., legislative approval required prior to entering into a lease agreement to incarcerate inmates at an institution owned or operated by a nongovernmental entity, Sec. 14-1-1.2 am'd.Chris England04/09/2019
HB372Bay Minette, corp. limits altHarry Shiver05/29/2019Signed
HB373Nursing, Board of, allow board to enter into the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact, Secs. 34-21-20.01, 34-21-120 to 34-21-130, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-21-1, 34-21-2, 34-21-21, 34-21-22, 34-21-25 am'd.April Weaver04/09/2019
HB374Baldwin Co., Law Library and Judicial Administration Fund, court costs collected for operation, further authorized, Sec. 45-2-80.87 am'd.Matt Simpson05/28/2019Signed
HB375Crimes and offenses, include additonal activity that would constitute the crime of receiving stolen property in the second degree, Sec. 13A-8-18 am'd.Matt Simpson05/31/2019Signed
HB377Courts, Alabama Court Cost Commission, established, const. amend.Matt Simpson04/09/2019
HB378Department of Examiners of Public Accounts, dept. authorized to perform audits of a municipality when fraud is suspected, governing body of a municipality authorized to request an audit under certain circumstances, penaltiesPrince Chestnut05/30/2019Signed
HB379Crimes and offenses, sex offenses, mandatory condition of parole, chemical castration treatment authorized as mandatory condition of parole for certain sex offendersSteve Hurst05/31/2019Signed
HB380Pardons and paroles, authorize Governor, with advice and consent of Senate, to fill a vacant seat on the board; further provide for membership of the board, authorize Governor to appoint a Director of Pardons and Paroles and establish responsibilities; set criteria to be used by the board to determine prisoners initial consideration date; set parameters if board deviates and require approval from AG, Secs. 15-22-20, 15-22-21, 15-22-26, 15-22-28, 15-22-36, 15-22-37 am'd.Connie C. Rowe05/30/2019Signed
HB387County Superintendent of Education, required to be appointed unless provided otherwise by constitutionSteve McMillan04/09/2019
HB386Center for Hope, Inc., exempt from all sales and use taxesK.L. Brown04/09/2019
HB385Education, school safety plans, redesignate code red as school lockdown, Secs. 16-1-44, 36-19-10 am'd.Proncey Robertson05/31/2019Signed
HB384Jefferson Co., Retirement System, definitions, pension board, qualification, elections of members, duties, Secs. 45-37-123.01, 45-37-123.21, 45-37-123.22, 45-37-123.24, 45-37-123.53, 45-37-123.54, 45-37-123.82, 45-37-123.101, 45-37-123.103, 45-37-123.104, 45-37-123.151, 45-37-123.195 am'd.Jim Carns05/16/2019Signed
HB382Coffee Co., lodging tax, co. commission authorized to levy, recreational vehicles and campgrounds excludedRhett Marques05/07/2019Signed
HB381Health care, persons physically or mentally disabled persons, consent not required under certain conditions, nurse practioners and physician assistants included in providers authorized, procedures for determination by practioners, Sec. 22-8-1 am'd.Wes Allen05/28/2019Signed
HB371Taxation, St. Vincent de Paul Thirft Store, exempted from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxesAndrew Sorrell04/09/2019
HB370Etowah Co., board of registrars, working days increased, Sec. 17-3-8 am'd.Becky Nordgren04/18/2019
HB369Class 2 municipalities, State Pilotage Commission estab., Chapter 4, Title 33, Code of Alabama 1975 repealed and replaced, Sec. 33-4-1 to 33-4-57, inclusive, repealedChris Pringle05/07/2019Signed
HB368Oxford, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales by retail licensees for off-premises consumption, city council authorized to regulate and permit, referendumK.L. Brown05/15/2019Signed
HB367Chilton Co., sales and use tax, co. auth. to levy, for co. general fund, referendumJimmy Martin05/07/2019Signed
HB366Chilton Co., co. jail, trust account from prior levy of sales tax, use of principal and interest for maintenace and repair of co. jail, Act 96-631, 1996 Reg. Sess., am'd.Jimmy Martin05/07/2019Signed
HB364Unemployment benefits, maximum amount paid to an individual revised contingent on the state's average unemployment rate, maximum weekly benefits revised, terms of losing benefits due to disqualification, Secs. 25-4-72, 25-4-74, 25-4-78 am'd.Danny Garrett04/18/2019
HB353Appellate procedure, certain legislative entities and officers authorized to file amicus briefs in certain proceedingsConnie C. Rowe05/29/2019Signed
HB352Protect Alabama Small Businesses Act, regulation of franchisers and representatives in effort to prevent fraud, unfair business practices and abuses on franchisees, penaltiesConnie C. Rowe05/02/2019
HB351Deferred compensation plans, portion of income exempt from income tax, Sec. 40-18-19 am'd.Lynn Greer04/04/2019
HB350Alcoholic beverages, wine, direct shipment to consumer, authorized under certain conditions, wine direct shipper license required by Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, penalties, Sec. 28-3A-6.1 added; Sec. 28-1-4 am'd.Terri Collins05/23/2019
HB356Occupational licensees, process created to allow persons convicted of crime to apply for if granted relief by courtArnold Mooney04/04/2019
HB355Rural municipalities, hiring of retired law enforcement officersPrince Chestnut05/30/2019Signed
HB354Pharmacists, biological drug products, substitution with interchangeable biological products as defined, Sec. 34-23-8.1 added; Sec. 34-23-1 am'd.Ron Johnson04/04/2019
HB349Age of majority, jurisdiction of juvenile court, admission to public school, involuntary commitments of persons who are mentally ill, right to contract, child protective services of Dept. of Human Resources, further provided, Secs. 12-15-102, 16-28-3, 22-52-16, 26-1-1, 26-14-1 am'd.Terri Collins05/30/2019Signed
HB348Occupational licensees, process created to allow persons convicted of crime to apply for if granted relief by courtChris England04/04/2019
HB347Juvenile proceedings, a child is authorized to file for post-adjudication remedies in deliquency proceedings, Sec. 12-15-145 added.Chris England04/18/2019
HB357Evidence, unsworn declarations, allowed when given under penalty of perjury, with exceptions, Secs. 12-21-80 to 12-21-87, inclusive, repealedMatt Fridy05/30/2019
HB358Sports wagering, authorize the adoption of local legislation, Sec. 13A-12-25.1 added.John W. Rogers04/04/2019
HB365Abortion, minors, certified birth certificates required, abortion clinics and reproductive health facilities, requirements, Jane Doe Act, Secs. 26-21-3, 26-23E-10 am'dChris England04/04/2019
HB363Insurance, Dept. of Insurance, Strengthen Alabama Homes Program, to maintain confidential documents, materials, and other information submitted by property owners, Sec. 27-31E-3 am'd.Chip Brown05/16/2019Signed
HB362Structural pest control work, providers of pest control work must give notice before raising prices on consumer's contractsChip Brown04/04/2019
HB361Fantasy contests, regulation of, consumer protection measures by operators required, audits, civil penalties, Fantasy Contests Act, establishedKyle South05/29/2019Signed
HB360Career firefighters, cancer benfits, supplemental insurance coverage provided under certain conditions, available to volunteer firefighters under certain conditions, payments and premiums exempt from state income taxPhillip Pettus05/29/2019Signed
HB359Employees' Retirement System, retirees and beneficiaries, one-time lump-sum additional paymentReed Ingram04/04/2019
HB335Fishing licenses, provide an exception from licensure to members of a high school fishing team, Secs. 9-11-53, 9-11-53.1 am'd.Tim Wadsworth04/03/2019
HB334Taxation, statutorily exempt entities further provided for, Secs. 40-9-12, 40-9-13, 40-9-25, 40-23-5 am'd.Chris Pringle04/03/2019
HB333Private dialysis centers, nurse-patient ratio established, Dept. of Public Health to adopt ruleMike Ball04/03/2019
HB332Redstone Thrift Shop, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxMike Ball04/03/2019
HB331Houston Co., co. commission, authorized to levy probate transaction fee, distrib.Steve Clouse05/07/2019Signed
HB330Houston Co., to eliminate the sunset provision for the taxes provided for therein, Sec. 45-35-244.09 am'd.Paul W. Lee05/07/2019Signed
HB329Licenses, business delivery licenses, fee per business clarified, when license to be purchased, provided for, Sec. 11-51-194 am'd.Paul W. Lee05/22/2019Signed
HB328Constitution, Legislature authorized to recompile constitution and submit at 2022 Reg. Sess., and provide for its ratification, const. amend.Merika Coleman05/28/2019Signed
HB336Criminal code, offenses against public order, firearms, concealed pistols, concealed carry permit, constitutional carry, pistol permits, Secs. 9-11-304, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-71, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-74 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-7, 13A-11-50, 13A-11-55, 13A-11-61.2, 13A-11-62, 13A-11-75, 13A-11-85, 13A-11-90 am'd.Andrew Sorrell04/03/2019
HB337Municipalities, zoning in police jurisdiction, in counties where another municipality has zoning authority in police jurisdiction, authorizedReed Ingram05/16/2019Signed
HB338Homestead exemptions, to permit anyone who qualifies for a homestead exemption to electronically verify eligibility for the exemption each year, Sec. 40-9-21.1 am'd.David Faulkner05/23/2019Signed
HB346Plastic bag bans, prohibiting local governments from banning plastic bagsNathaniel Ledbetter04/11/2019
HB345Enterprise, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales under certain conditions, referendumsRhett Marques05/07/2019Signed
HB344Saltwater fishing licenses, military veterans appreciation saltwater fishing license, authorized, 3-day saltwater fishing event licenses for disabled persons, authorized, Sec. 9-11-56.5 added; Sec. 9-11-53.1 am'd.Rhett Marques04/18/2019
HB343Municipalities, council-manager form of government, procedures and timing further provided for, petition and election required, ballot, Secs. 11-43A-1.1, 11-43A-7, 11-43A-8 am'd.David Faulkner04/03/2019
HB342Sports shooting ranges, in existence for more than a year, not subject to civil liability, criminal prosecution, or legal injunction relating to noise or noise pollution, Sec. 6-5-341 am'd.David Faulkner04/03/2019
HB341Motor vehicle rentals, private motor vehicle rentals, subject to all insurance, taxation, and licensing laws and rules relating to rental ofDavid Faulkner04/03/2019
HB340Shelby Co., privately owned sewer systems using public rights-of-way of public roads, required to be regulated and certified by PSC, const. amend.Arnold Mooney04/11/2019
HB339Edcuation, schools, pledge of allegiance, be conducted at the beginning of each school day, Sec. 16-43-5 am'd.Nathaniel Ledbetter05/16/2019Signed
HB327St. Clair Co., sheriff, add'l expense allowanceJim Hill05/02/2019Signed
HB321Water works board, exempting certain counties from appointing a member to the water board, Sec. 11-50-301 am'd.John W. Rogers04/02/2019
HB318Relating to simplified sellers use tax; to modify certain definitions; to clarify when certian taxes can or cannot be remitted; and to provide for adjustments to simplified sellers use tax. Amended code sections: 40-23-191, 40-23-192, 40-23-193, 40-23-195, 40-23-199.2Rod Scott04/02/2019
HB317Motor Fuels Marketing Act, Secs. 8-22-1 to 8-22-18, inclusive, repealedJohn W. Rogers04/02/2019
HB316Production companies, rebates for production expenditures which equal or exceed at least $500,000 from date or production approval, Sec. 41-7A-43 am'd.John W. Rogers04/02/2019
HB314Abortion, make abortion a Class A felony and attempted abortion a Class C felonyTerri Collins05/15/2019Signed
HB312Crime of assault, second degree, journalist, intent to cause physical injury to a journalist during the performance of their duties causing physical injury, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.Prince Chestnut05/29/2019
HB310Podiatry, scope of practice expanded to include foot, ankle, and lower leg, Sec. 34-24-230 am'd.Ron Johnson04/02/2019
HB306Coker, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales under certain conditionsRodney Sullivan04/30/2019
HB309Law enforcement, schools, provide for Madison Academy, Briarwood Presbyterian Church, and Briarwood Christian School to employ police officers, Sec. 16-22-1 am'd.Jim Carns05/31/2019Signed
HB311Civil procedure, statute of limitations. sex offense, further provided, statute of limitations tolled until vicitim reaches age of majorityMerika Coleman04/02/2019
HB313Alabama Genetic Counselor Act, Board of Genetic Counseling created to license genetic counselors, powers of board, qualifications for licensure, exemptions from licensure provided, funding, and penalties for violationsDanny Garrett04/16/2019
HB315Sports wagering, Alabama Sports Wagering Commission, created, commission to issue licenses, authorize sports wagering agreements with other governments, Sec. 13A-12-31 am'd.John W. Rogers04/02/2019
HB319Elmore Co., county engineer or chief engineer, duties, surpervison of employees, Sec. 45-36-130 am'd.Reed Ingram04/23/2019Signed
HB320St. Clair Co., alcoholic beverages sold in state ABC stores, sales and use tax, add, distrib. for district attorneyJim Hill05/15/2019
HB322Sales and use tax on food, exempt from, beginning September 1, 2018Laura Hall04/02/2019
HB323Home Builders Licensure Board, salary, executive director and deputy director, board required to obtain approval of Governor and the State Personnel Board when setting salary for, Sec. 34-14A-4 am'd.Steve McMillan05/08/2019Signed
HB324Lamar Co., judge of probate, salary authorized, fees to be depositied in co. treasury, prior local acts ratified, const. amend.Kyle South05/16/2019Signed
HB325Fayette Co., judge of probate, salary authorized, fees to be depositied in co. treasury, prior local acts ratified, const. amend.Kyle South04/02/2019
HB326Education, Construction Trade Academy Funding Act, created, Alabama Energy and Residential Codes Board, required to develop program, ADECA, required to administer programAnthony Daniels04/18/2019
HB305Animals, cruelty to dogs and cats, shelter defined, Sec. 13A-11-240 am'd.Andrew Sorrell04/02/2019
HB307Taxation, Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, sales and use tax exemption, to include construction materials, ad valorem tax exemption, further provided for, Sec. 40-9-25.14 am'd.David Faulkner04/02/2019
HB308County jails and state penitentiaries, prisoners, sheriff and Dept. of Corrections, required to provide feminine hygiene products to female inmates under certain conditions, Secs. 14-3-44, 14-6-19 am'd.Rolanda Hollis05/23/2019Signed
HB297Elections, authorize student interns to assist, program createdBill Poole04/02/2019
HB298Tax exemption, Long Ranch, state, county, and municipal sales and use taxNathaniel Ledbetter04/02/2019
HB299Montgomery Co., rental tax, co. commission authorized to levy and collect, exemptions, administration and enforcement of rental taxThad McClammy04/23/2019Signed
HB300Mines and Mining, revise qualification guidelines for coal mine personnel, Secs. 25-9-11, 25-9-12, 25-9-17 am'd.Connie C. Rowe04/25/2019
HB301Taxation, Victims of Crime and Leniency, Incorporated, exempt from state, county and municipal sales and use taxesConnie C. Rowe04/02/2019
HB302Mandatory Liability Insurance Law, definitions updated, eliminate four-month suspension of registration for second and subsequent violations, allow voluntary surrender of vehicle registration and license plate under certain conditions, Secs. 32-7A-2, 32-7A-5, 32-7A-8, 32-7A-11, 32-7A-12 am'd.Connie C. Rowe05/30/2019Signed
HB303Vessels, certificate of title, uniform act, requirements, issuance by State Law Enforcement Agency, security agreement, perfectionConnie C. Rowe04/11/2019
HB304Real Estate Appraisers Board, evaluations of property for financial institutions authorized by federal financial institutions regulatory agencies, excluded from regulation by the board, investigators employed by board authorized to be licensees, Secs. 34-27A-2, 34-27A-3, 34-27A-5, 34-27A-23 am'd.Merika Coleman05/22/2019Signed
HB291Education, local boards of education to allow released time for religious education off campus for elective credit, Alabama Released Time Credit ActDanny Garrett05/22/2019Signed
HB292Taxation, Operation Green Team Foundation, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxesRex Reynolds04/02/2019
HB293Veterinary Medical Examiners, State Board of, dispensing veterinarians, required to notify animal owners options to purchase veterinary drugs from pharmacies which carry themMargie Wilcox04/02/2019
HB294Legislature, new biennial legislative sessions to consider bills making appropriations, established, const. amend.Bill Poole04/02/2019
HB295Legislature, implementation of biennial budget periods, statutory meeting dates revised, contingent upon const. amend., Sec. 29-4-1 am'd.Bill Poole04/02/2019
HB296Fiscal year, to change the date and provide implementation of a new fiscal year, provide definition of fiscal year for the state, Secs. 1-3-4, 11-8-1, 16-13-1, 11-43A-29, 11-43A-94, 11-43C-41, 11-44C-41, 11-44E-110 am'd.Bill Poole04/02/2019
HB290Motor vehicles, rules of the road, Alabama Move Over Act, penalty for violations further provided, Sec. 32-5A-58.2 am'd.Chris Sells05/31/2019Signed
HB289Economic development professional, exempt from definition of lobbiyist in certain circumstances, Sec. 36-25-1.3 added.Alan Baker04/16/2019Signed
HB288Health care providers, requiring physicians and health care professionals to report certain types of injuries and illnesses to police or appropriate law enforcement authoritiesAdline Clarke05/30/2019Signed
HB287Historical Commission, monuments for Rosa Parks and Helen Keller, establishedLaura Hall05/08/2019Signed
HB286Municipalities, council-manager form of government, procedures and timing further provided for, petition and election required, ballot, Secs. 11-43A-1.1, 11-43A-7, 11-43A-8 am'd.David Faulkner05/29/2019Signed
HB285Safety belts, fine increased for person riding in front seat without seat belts, distribution, Secs. 32-5B-5, 32-5B-8 am'd.Chris Sells03/21/2019
HB284Taxes, income, credits, authorized for active volunteer firefighters with min. number of training hrs. under certain conditions, record-keeping requirements, Revenue Dept., rulemaking authority, penaltiesRitchie Whorton03/21/2019
HB283Homeowner's Insurance, companies writing to offer fortified bronze roof endorsement upgrading home to fortified standard when roof damage requires roof to be replaced, Sec. 27-31D-4 added.Chip Brown05/16/2019Signed
HB282Bail, in criminal cases, Section 16, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, am'd, const. amend.Chip Brown05/22/2019
HB281Mobile Co., roads, unimproved, acceptance by county, Act 87-663, 1987 Reg. Sess., am'd.Chip Brown05/23/2019Signed
HB280Elections, courts, supreme court and courts of appeal, judicial seats further provided forMatt Fridy04/03/2019
HB279Municipalities, council-manager form of government, procedures and timing further provided for, petition and election required, ballot, Secs. 11-43A-1.1, 11-43A-7, 11-43A-8 am'd.David Faulkner03/21/2019
HB278Motor vehicles, Fleet vehicles, licensing and registration of, provided, Revenue Dept. required to establish a fleet online tax system, Secs. 40-12-305 to 40-12-309, inclusive, added; Sec. 40-12-240 am'd.Artis McCampbell05/02/2019Signed
HB276Taxation, High Socks for Hope, Inc., exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxesKyle South03/21/2019
HB277Finance Dept, requirement that telecommunications division delete telephone usage records 6 months after payment deleted, Sec. 41-4-284 am'd.Kyle South05/23/2019Signed
HB275Wiretapping, interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications, Attorney General authorized to apply for court order for intercept and to appy for intercept orders, disclosure of recorded communications, penalties for violations, Secs. 20-2A-1 to 20-2A-15, inclusive, added; Sec. 15-5-40 am'd.Rex Reynolds04/25/2019
HB274Stolen property, to provide receiving a stolen firearm a felony, technical revisions, Secs. 13A-8-16, 13A-8-17, 13A-8-18, 13A-8-18.1, 13A-8-19 am'd.Merika Coleman03/21/2019
HB273Death penalty, moratorium on imposition and execution not to exceed three years, procedure for administeringMerika Coleman03/21/2019
HB272Self Defense, use of deadly force, prohibition of using stand your ground as defense if the person pursued person it was used against, Trayvon Martin exception, Sec.13A-3-23 am'd.Merika Coleman03/21/2019
HB271Employment discrimination, prohibited based on race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, or ageMerika Coleman03/21/2019
HB270Law enforcement officers, Alabama Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission (APOSTC) provide mandatory training, human trafficking, state and local agencies, human trafficking trainingMerika Coleman03/21/2019
HB269Health care employees, requiring employees to receive human trafficking trainingMerika Coleman03/21/2019
HB268Education, population requirement for city to establish a board of education increased from 5,000 to 15,000, determination of financial capability required, Sec. 16-11-1 am'd.Merika Coleman03/21/2019
HB267Parole, Board of Pardons and Paroles, violations, confinement period for parole violation reduced for time served in holding, Sec. 15-22-32 am'd.Merika Coleman03/21/2019
HB266Traffic stops, racial profiling by law enforcement officers, prohibited, written policies, forms for statistics, and reports to Attorney General required, provision for complaints, reporting and collection of data on injuries to officers, requiredMerika Coleman03/21/2019
HB265Firearms, Gun Protection Violence ActMerika Coleman03/21/2019
HB264Human trafficking, revise penalties and establish agencies responsibile for enforcement, Sec. 13A-6-170 am'd.Merika Coleman05/31/2019
HB263Law enforcement officers, Alabama Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission (APOSTC) provide mandatory training, human trafficking, state and local agencies, human trafficking trainingMerika Coleman03/21/2019
HB262Prostitution, to allow disclosure of certain person's picture after being arrested, Sec. 13A-6-183 am'd.Merika Coleman05/31/2019
HB261Education, trade schools, junior colleges, provide human trafficking training in the CDL programMerika Coleman05/31/2019Signed
HB260Health care employees, requiring employees to receive human trafficking trainingMerika Coleman03/21/2019
HB259Candidates, may file Statement of Economic Interests up to five days after qualifying to run, Sec. 36-25-15 am'd.Bob Fincher05/31/2019Signed
HB258Deferred presentment transactions, term set at 30 days, Sec. 5-18A-13 amd.Danny Garrett03/21/2019
HB257Legislative Oversight Committee, distinctive tag program, private two-year colleges, Sec. 32-6-67 am'd.Randall Shedd05/23/2019Signed
HB256Elections, early voting, authorize voting during four to six day period immediately preceding election dayThomas Jackson03/20/2019
HB255Toll Roads and Bridges, notice to pay a toll, further provided, failure to pay toll citation, further provided, non-renewal of vehicle registration, provided, authority to enter in reciprocal agreements, further provided, Secs. 23-2-167, 23-2-168, 23-2-169, 23-2-172, 23-2-173, 23-2-175 am'd.Steve McMillan05/29/2019
HB254Toll roads and bridges, Toll Road, Bridge and Tunnel Authority, state and local tax exemptions further provided, Secs. 23-2-142, 23-2-153 am'd.Margie Wilcox03/20/2019
HB253Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission websiteChris Pringle04/25/2019
HB252Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission websiteChris Pringle04/25/2019
HB250Business entities, revising the Alabama Business Corporation Law, to reflect national standards set by the Model Business Corporation Act, Secs. 10A-2A-1.01 to 10A-2A-17.06, inclusive added; Secs. 10A-1-1.02, 10A-1-1.03, 10A-1-1.08, 10A-1-1.12, 10A-1-3.05, 10A-1-3.06, 10A-1-3.32, 10A-1-3.42, 10A-1-4.01, 10A-1-4.02, 10A-1-4.04, 10A-1-4.06, 10A-1-4.11, 10A-1-4.13, 10A-1-4.15, 10A-1-4.21, 10A-1-4.23, 10A-1-4.24, 10A-1-4.25, 10A-1-4.26, 10A-1-4.31, 10A-1-5.01, 10A-1-5.08, 10A-1-6.01, 10A-1-6.02, 10A-1-7.01, 10A-1-7.04, 10A-1-7.11, 10A-1-7.21, 10A-1-7.31, 10A-1-8.01, 10A-1-8.02, 10A-1-8.04, 10A-1-9.01, 10A-4-2.02, 10A-4-4.01, 10A-4-4.02, 10A-4-5.01, 10A-4-5.04, 10A-5A-10.01, 10A-5A-10.03, 10A-5A-10.04, 10A-5A-10.05, 10A-5A-10.07, 10A-5A-10.08, 10A-8A-9.02, 10A-8A-9.04, 10A-8A-9.05, 10A-8A-9.06, 10A-8A-9.08, 10A-8A-9.09, 10A-9A-10.02, 10A-9A-10.04, 10A-9A-10.05, 10A-9A-10.06, 10A-9A-10.08, 10A-9A-10.09, 10A-10-1.09, 10A-10-1.12, 10A-10-1.15, 10A-10-1.16, 10A-11-1.01, 10A-11-1.03, 10A-11-1.04, 10A-11-1.06, 10A-11-1.12, 10A-30-2.01, 10A-30-2.03, 10A-30-2.04, 10A-30-2.05, 10A-30-2.06, 10A-30-2.09, 10A-30-2.12, 10A-30-2.13, am'd; Secs. 10A-2-1.01 to 10A-2-17.02, inclusive, repealedBill Poole04/25/2019Signed
HB251Corporations, name of Alabama Limited Liability Company Law revised, duty of partner not to compete before dissolution of partnership, clarified, Secs. 10A-5A-1.01, 10A-8A-1.01, 10A-8A-4.11 am'd.Bill Poole05/23/2019Signed
HB249Health, mentally ill persons, probate court, authorized to issue a renewal of an involuntary commitment order for treatment, after a hearing, Sec. 22-52-10.10 added; Secs. 22-52-10.2, 22-52-10.3 am'd.Randall Shedd04/18/2019
HB248Clay Co. Community Corrections Program, director and employees, power of arrest under certain conditionsSteve Hurst05/07/2019Signed
HB247Elections, judge of probate, required notice to give prior to each election reduced, time frames for delivery of ballots in runoff elections revised, Secs. 17-9-5, 17-11-12, 17-13-3, 17-13-17, 17-13-18 am'd.Rhett Marques05/23/2019Signed
HB245Nurse Anesthetists, certified registered (CRNA's), insurance and health benefit plans, direct payments for services, definition of CRNA for purposes of law updated, Sec. 27-46-3 am'd.Corley Ellis05/22/2019Signed
HB246Shelby Co., sheriff, feeding of prisoners further provided for, Discretionary Fund established, const. amend.Corley Ellis04/18/2019
HB244Animals, required rabies vaccines for certain canidae and felidae, further provided for, possession of certain large felidae, wolves, or bears, prohibited under certain conditions, minimum caging requirements, penalties, Secs. 3-8-1 am'd; Sec. 3-8-2 added.Mike Ball05/23/2019
HB243Medical Marijuana, program established to allow use of for certain conditions, defense against prosecution for marijuana possession established, Secs. 2-33-1 to 2-33-8, incl., 2-33-20 to 2-33-23, incl., 2-33-40 to 2-33-49, incl., added; Secs. 13A-12-213, 13A-12-214, 3A-12-214.2, 13A-12-214.3 am'd.Mike Ball03/20/2019
HB242Motor vehicles, distinctive license plates, provide for "person with autism" motor vehicle plateCraig Lipscomb03/20/2019
HB241Landscape Architects, Board of Examiners of, increase maximum fine from $250 to $2,500 per violation against a licensee, license application fee increased, Secs. 34-17-5, 34-17-25 am'd.Craig Lipscomb05/08/2019Signed
HB240Crimes of Violence Treatment Reporting Act, requiring physicians and health care professionals to report certain types of injuries and illnesses to police or appropriate law enforcement authoritiesApril Weaver04/11/2019
HB239Cell phones and other wireless telecommunication devices, use while holding or touching devise prohibited, penalties, exceptions, Sec. 32-5A-350 am'd.April Weaver03/20/2019
HB238Public health, to require medical labs to submit certain clinical materials to Department of Public Health in certain cases of suspected disease, and to authorize the State Board of Health to set reasonable schedule of fees for services rendered under Chapter 11A of Title 22, Secs. 22-11A-4, 22-11A-40 am'd.April Weaver04/11/2019
HB237Sexual abuse, enhanced sentence for violation of sex abuse, created, Sec. 13A-6-67 am'd.Matt Simpson05/29/2019Signed
HB236State income tax credits, to extend rural practice tax credit to certified registered nurse practitioners and certified registered nurse anesthetists, Secs. 40-18-130, 40-18-131, 40-18-132 am'd.Kyle South03/20/2019
HB235Fayette Co., ad valorem tax, add'l 3 mills, paid to Fayette Co. Firefighters Association, distrib to the paid and volunteer fire depts, const. amend.Kyle South04/23/2019
HB234Controlled substances, relating to Schedule II, adding certain named chemical compounds of Tianeptine, Sec. 20-2-25 am'd.Mike Holmes05/07/2019
HB233Voter registration, procedures to maintain voter registration database revised, Sec. 17-4-30 am'd.Mike Holmes04/25/2019
HB232St. Clair Co., ad valorem tax, special school district add'l tax, procedures for levy, use for public school purposes in district where levied, const. amend.Jim Hill04/23/2019Signed
HB231Dependency proceedings, juvenile court, attorney to be appointed for a petitioner, respondent parent, legal guardian, or legal custodian to cases in which state has filed a petition, Sec. 12-15-305 am'd.Jim Hill04/11/2019
HB230Motor vehicles, seat belt use required for each occupant while vehicle is in motion, Secs. 32-5B-4 am'd.Chris Sells05/02/2019
HB229Crimes and offenses, crimes motivated by race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, or physical or mental disability, to include employment as a law enforcement officer within the protected class, Sec. 13A-5-13 am'd.Chris Sells03/20/2019
HB228Credit Unions, federal charter parity provision clarified, Credit Union Administration Board authorize to appoint National Credit Union Admin as conservator of a credit union, membership of supervising committees increased, reimbursement of bd and committee member travel costs, merger meeting notice requirement increased, definition of official revised, Secs. 5-17-4, 5-17-8, 5-17-10, 5-17-11, 5-17-22, 5-17-55 am'd.Chris Blackshear05/02/2019
HB227Absentee elections, period for which absentee election manager may be compensated revised, Sec. 17-11-14 am'd.Bob Fincher05/31/2019Signed
HB226Manufactured homes, distribution of certificate of title transaction fees clarified; years for requirement for certificate of title updated. Section amnd 32-20-4, 32-20-20, and 32-20-21Jamie Kiel05/16/2019Signed
HB225Discrimination in wages, prohib., retaliation against employee who brings charge of wage discrimination, prohib., penaltiesAdline Clarke05/31/2019Signed
HB224Entertainment districts, Dauphin Island in Mobile Co., authorize the governing body of the town to establish three entertainment districts, Sec. 28-3A-17.1 am'd.Chip Brown05/08/2019Signed
HB223Off-road vehicles, all-terrain vehicles (ATV's) and recreational off-road vehicles, registration with Ala. State Law Enforcement Agency, width and weight restrictions increased, Sec. 32-12A-1 am'd.Parker Moore04/25/2019
HB221Motor vehicles, require liability insurance for non-resident motorist, Secs. 32-7A-4, 32-7A-5, 32-7A-6 am'd.Phillip Pettus04/11/2019
HB222Revenue Dept., agents of, further provided to include bonded title service providers, Secs. 32-8-2, 32-8-3, 32-8-34 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/16/2019Signed
HB220Crimes and offenses, manslaughter, death resulting from unlawful sale of a controlled substance, Sec. 13A-6-3 am'd.Chris Pringle05/29/2019
HB219Class 2 municipalities (Mobile), abandoned motor vehicles, operating city impound lot, authorized to retain balance of sale proceeds, Sec. 32-13-6 am'd.Chris Pringle05/07/2019Signed
HB218Residential Mortgage Satisfaction Act, recordation of satisfaction of non-resident mortgages, Sec. 35-10-27 repealed; Secs. 35-10-26, 35-10-30, 35-10-90, 35-10-91, 35-10-92, 35-10-94, 35-10-96 am'd.Chris Pringle05/29/2019
HB217Sunset Law, Examiners of Public Accounts Dept., authorized to charge an agency a reasonable fee for Sunset reports furnished under review, authorize Sunset Committee to adjust or waive the fee, Sec. 41-20-9 am'd.Chris Pringle05/02/2019
HB216Education, K-12 schools, phase in of computer science courses required, funding for teacher training and certification provided, State Administer position created within Dept. of Education, ACHE to create scholarships for preservice teachers, and Computer Science Education task force createdDavid Faulkner05/29/2019Signed
HB215Economic and industrial development, governing bodies of all counties and municipalities have continuing power to promote, local constitutional amendment repealed, Amendment 772 (Section 94.01, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended) am'd., const. amend.Chris Pringle03/19/2019
HB214Mobile Co., transfer of duties from judge of probate to revenue commissioner, legislative intent clarified, Act 2015-265, 2015 Reg. Sess., am'd.Chris Pringle05/07/2019Signed
HB213Campaign finance, time by which contribution and expenditures must be reported day before an election revised, Sec. 17-5-8 am'd.Juandalynn Givan05/31/2019
HB212Motor vehicles, Anti-Road Rage Act, established, right side driving required, exceptions, Sec. 32-5A-80 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/29/2019Signed
HB211Law enforcement, definition of working day for purposes of subsistence allowance clarified, Sec. 36-21-2 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/31/2019Signed
HB210Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), abolished, functions restore to agencies, depts, divisions from which derived, Secs. 41-27-1 to 41-27-9, inclusive, repealedPhillip Pettus03/19/2019
HB209Education, school resource officers, qualifications further provided for, Sec. 16-1-44.1 am'd.Phillip Pettus05/31/2019Signed
HB208Montgomery Co., co. commission, providing add'l expense allowance and salaryKelvin Lawrence05/16/2019Signed
HB207Gordonville, corp. limits alt.Kelvin Lawrence04/25/2019Signed
HB206Lowndes Co., co. commission, authorized to require properties to connect to public sanitary sewerage systems where available or private disposal systemsKelvin Lawrence04/25/2019Signed
HB205Pharmacists, collaborative practice agreements with a physician, agreements to be submitted to Bd. of Pharmacy and St. Bd. of Medical Examiners, Sec. 34-23-77 addedRon Johnson03/19/2019
HB204Prosthetic and orthotic devices, health benefit plans, coverage the same as Medicare, coverage under health care service plans and health maint. organizations, Secs. 10A-20-6.16, 27-21A-23 am'd.Ron Johnson03/19/2019
HB203Taxpayers Bill of Rights, revised to eliminate prohibition against entering into installment payment agreement with certain taxpayers, Secs. 40-2A-4, 40-2A-10 am'd.Ron Johnson04/30/2019Signed
HB202Oak Grove, corp. limits alt.Ron Johnson05/16/2019Signed
HB201Talladega Co., co. sales and use tax, outside of municipality, distribution of portion to volunteer fire depts further provided for, Act 91-533, 1991 Reg. Sess., am'd.Ron Johnson05/07/2019Signed
HB200Talladega Co., volunteer fire depts and association of volunteer fire depts, required to have board of directorsRon Johnson05/07/2019Signed
HB199Talladega Co., volunteer fire depts, association of volunteer fire depts, file monthly financial statement with county commissionRon Johnson05/07/2019Signed
HB198Talladega Co., volunteer fire depts. and co. association, annual audit by CPARon Johnson05/07/2019Signed
HB196Statewide 911 Board, statewide voice and data system administered, fund grants, annual report published on status of 911 service, Sec. 11-98-4.1 am'd.Debbie Wood04/16/2019
HB197Hunting, authorize the taking of whitetail deer or feral swine by means of bait, when baiting privilege license is purchased, under certain conditions, Sec. 9-11-244 am'd.Danny Crawford04/18/2019
HB195Mobile Co., Co. Commission District 1, volunteer fire departments, board established to evaluate services, co. commission authorized to levy service fee, distribution of proceeds for fire protection, implementation date extended, municipalities not to diminish funding, audits, fee designated fire protection and suppression fee, Act 2015-258, 2015 Reg. Sess., am'd and reenactedNapoleon Bracy05/07/2019Signed
HB194Class 2 municipality, Medicaid Agency, Program of All Inclusive Care for Elderly (PACE), allotment of minimum of 200 participates beginning fiscal year 2020.Napoleon Bracy05/22/2019
HB193Biosolids composed of human fertilizer, reg. by ADEM, minimum standard set out, enforcement, tax on delivery of biosolids used to administer actTommy Hanes03/19/2019
HB192Term limits, members of the Alabama Legislature, election to limited to four full terms, const. amend.Matt Fridy03/19/2019
HB191Parental rights, right to direct upbringing, education, care, and custody of child, const. amend.Matt Fridy04/03/2019
HB190Conservation and Natural Resources Dept., illegal parking on department property, fine established, Sec. 9-2-30 added.Steve McMillan05/29/2019Signed
HB189Attorneys, encouraging litigation, criminal penalties increased, Secs. 34-3-24, 34-3-35 am'd.Matt Fridy04/03/2019
HB188Secretary of State, authorized to distribute volumes of legislative acts and resolutions in electronic format, provide notice to all recipients, Secs. 36-14-1, 36-14-11, 36-14-12, 36-14-13, am'd.Matt Fridy05/31/2019Signed
HB187Workers' compensation, benefits payable to law enforcement officer or firefighter, killed in line of duty, provide retroactive effect, Secs. 25-5-60, 25-5-66, 25-5-68, 25-5-69, 36-29A-9 am'd.Matt Fridy05/30/2019Signed
HB186Elections, authorize student interns to assist, program createdAlan Baker05/31/2019
HB185Blount Co., firearms, fee for license to carry a pistol, active, retired, and honorably discharged military exempt from those fees, Sec. 45-5-232 am'd.David Standridge05/16/2019Signed
HB184Elections, Boards of Registrars, Chambers Co., working days increased to 180 days, Sec. 17-3-8 am'd.Bob Fincher04/03/2019
HB183Taxation, simplified sellers use tax, updates to the amnesty and class action provisions, collection of tax clarified, Sec. 40-23-199 am'd.Rod Scott05/30/2019Signed
HB182Future Advance mortgages, provide that future indebtedness secures when mortgage created, Sec. 35-10-120 to 35-10-124, inclusive, added.Chris Blackshear04/03/2019
HB181Russell and Lee Co's, Phenix City, board of education, elections, place numbers, provided for, candidate required to declare place, audit process, further provided for, Act 2017-450, 2017 Reg. Sess., am'd.Chris Blackshear05/07/2019Signed
HB180Criminal procedure, crime victims' compensation, Lisa's Law, entity contract, with convicted felons, escrow account for benefit of crime victims created, procedure, Sec. 41-9-80.1 to 41-9-80.8, inclusive, added; 41-9-80 to 41-9-84, inclusive, repealed.Proncey Robertson05/31/2019Signed
HB179Civil practice, misappropriation of likeness, statutory claim provided, civil remedies, criminal penalties providedProncey Robertson03/19/2019
HB177Nursing facilities, supplemental privilege assessment and monthly surcharge for Medicaid extended, expiration under certain conditions, Sec. 40-26B-21 am'd.Steve Clouse05/22/2019Signed
HB178Governor, commutation power, notice requirements provided, const. amend.Proncey Robertson05/28/2019
HB176Hospitals, private hospital assessment and Medicaid funding program extended for fiscal year 2019, Secs. 40-26B-71, 40-26B-73, 40-26B-77.1, 40-26B-79, 40-26B-80, 40-26B-81, 40-26B-82, 40-26B-84, 40-26B-88 am'd.Steve Clouse05/22/2019Signed
HB175Jefferson Co., taxation, sales tax proceeds, distrib. to nonprofit or charitable organizations, co. commission to distrb. grants, Sec. 45-37-249.08 am'd.Juandalynn Givan03/19/2019
HB174Absentee voting, allow permanently disabled voters to automatically receive absentee ballots before electionsVictor Gaston05/29/2019Signed
HB173Elections, revealing the contents of another voter's ballot prohibited, violation a Class B misdemeanor, Sec. 17-9-50.1 addedVictor Gaston05/23/2019
HB172Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.April Weaver04/03/2019
HB171Legislature, committees, chair of committee authorized to issue subpoenas to compel the attendance of witnesses and the production of papersMike Ball03/19/2019
HB170Public officials, criminal provision moved to Ethics code, using official authority to influence vote or political action a Class C felony, Sec. 17-17-4 am'd, renumbered as Sec. 36-25-27.1Mike Ball03/19/2019
HB169Law enforcement agencies, sex offenses, to preserve and retain all evidence of commission of the offense until case has been resolvedLaura Hall04/25/2019
HB168Alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales, authorize the governing body of a wet municipality, by ordinance, permit and regulate the sale of, under certain conditions, Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.Reed Ingram04/30/2019Signed
HB167Legislature, House and Senate police, authority and responsibilities, Sec. 29-4-4 am'd.Reed Ingram03/19/2019
HB166State employees, cost-of-living increase for fiscal year beginning October 1, 2018.Dimitri Polizos05/22/2019Signed
HB165Law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, subsistence allowance, certain law enforcement officers covered by general law exemptDimitri Polizos03/19/2019
HB164Chilton Co., sales and use tax, co. commission authorized to levy, retroactive effectJimmy Martin04/23/2019Signed
HB163Motor fuel taxes, to authorize Revenue Commissioner to temporarily waive licensing requirements for fuel importers, exporters, and transporters during a state of emergency, Sec. 40-2-11 am'd.Steve McMillan05/07/2019Signed
HB162Montgomery Co., sheriffs, compensation and expense allowance, Act 2015-263, 2015 Reg. Sess., repealedReed Ingram05/16/2019Signed
HB161Jackson Co., human sewage biosolids, application to land as fertilizer or soil amendment, prohibited, exception, const. amend.Tommy Hanes05/30/2019
HB160Motor vehicles, autonomous vehicles, defined, operation by remote human operator, duties after accident, Transportation Dept to have jurisdiction overJoe Lovvorn05/08/2019
HB159Education, to reduce the required number of restroom fixtures at public high school sports stadiums for each sex based on seating occupancy, Sec. 16-1-2.3 added.Paul W. Lee05/29/2019Signed
HB158Houston Co., judge of probate, required to be an attorney licensed in this state, const. amend.Paul W. Lee05/16/2019Signed
HB157Children First Trust Fund, appropriations from for fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, use of allocation pursuant to Section 41-15B-2.2 and this act, tobacco settlement revenues deposited in fund within 30 days of receipt, Finance Director to notify each agency of allocation, appropriations conditional on tobacco revenues, appropriation of additional tobacco settlement funds, audit, Children's Affairs Department to report to Legislature and Children's Policy Council, appropriations from General Fund to various entitiesPebblin W. Warren05/22/2019Signed
HB156Coalition Against Domestic Violence, appropriation, operations plan and audited financial statement required, quarterly and end-of-year reports requiredLaura Hall05/22/2019Signed
HB155Lease tax, state and local levies payment and collection based on either seller's place of business or where delivered, automotive vehicles paid where vehicle registered after first payment, Sec. 40-12-222 am'd.Steve Clouse04/23/2019Signed
HB154Supplemental appropriations, Corrections Dept., Departmental Emergency Fund, and Forensic Sciences, supp. approp. for fiscal year 2018Steve Clouse05/30/2019Signed
HB153Crimes and offenses, law enforcement officers, crime of making a false statement to a law enforcement officer, createdProncey Robertson05/31/2019
HB152General Fund budget, appropriations for other functions of government, debt service, and capital outlay for fiscal year ending September 30, 2019.Steve Clouse05/31/2019Signed
HB151Alcoholic beverage manufactures, certain financial interests and business arrangements authorized, taxation of beer and liquor provided for, brewpub reqm'ts revised, Sec. 28-3-208 added; Secs. 28-4A-2, 28-4A-6 repealed; Secs, 28-3-1, 28-3-4, 28-3A-6, 28-4A-3, 28-4A-4 am'd.Becky Nordgren03/19/2019
HB150Education, State Board of Edu., membership, limit of service to two terms, exceptions, Sec. 16-3-1 am'd.Danny Garrett04/11/2019
HB149Rebuild Alabama Act, amended to sunset the automatic indexing of the gasoline and disesel fuel tax after a specified time frame, Act 2019-2 am'd.Danny Garrett03/19/2019
HB148State agencies, contracts, subject to review by the Contract Reveiw Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee, prohibited from contracting with a person otherwise required to register as a lobbyist as an advisor to the state agencyDanny Garrett03/19/2019
HB147Talladega College, appropriationBill Poole03/19/2019
HB146Lyman Ward Military Academy, appropriationBill Poole03/19/2019
HB144Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2018, from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund to various school systems and colleges and universities, and other entitiesBill Poole03/19/2019
HB145Tuskegee University, appropriationBill Poole03/19/2019
HB143Appropriations, supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 2018, from Education Trust FundBill Poole03/19/2019
HB142Public education employees, salary increase, including K-12 and certain other designated education institutionsBill Poole03/19/2019
HB141Education budget, appropriations for the support, maintenance, and development of public educationBill Poole03/19/2019
HB140Taxation, require Dept. of Revenue to enter into agreements with financial institutions to develop a financial institution data match program, Sec. 40-29-23.1 added.Kyle South03/19/2019
HB139Insurance, withheld insurance payments by lender, release and notice requirement providedK.L. Brown05/30/2019Signed
HB138Civil immunity, provided to persons providing transportation to health care providers without compensation, exceptionsK.L. Brown05/31/2019Signed
HB137Taxation, Alabama State Missionary Baptist Convention, Incorporated and each local Baptist association in good standing of the convention, exempt from ad valorem and sales and use taxes, Sec. 40-9-12 am'd.Thad McClammy03/19/2019
HB136Baldwin Co., Rosinton Landmark District, annexation of property in district prohibited by local law, exception, const. amend.Harry Shiver05/29/2019Signed
HB133State funds, not earmarked to Education Trust Fund or State General Fund or constitutionally earmarked, exceptions, deposit in State General Fund, changes to Code of Alabama when reprintedJim Hill03/05/2019
HB135Law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, subsistence allowance, certain law enforcement officers covered by general law exemptDimitri Polizos03/05/2019
HB134Protect Alabama Small Businesses Act, regulation of franchisers and representatives in effort to prevent fraud, unfair business practices and abuses on franchisees, penaltiesAndrew Sorrell03/05/2019
HB131Counties, levy of add'l tax authorized, referendum authorizedJim Hill03/05/2019
HB132Juvenile Justice, provisions relating to the juvenile justice system substantially revised, adoption of policies for absenteeism and school misconduct required, Juvenile Justice Reinvestment Fund, created, Secs, 12-15-102, 12-15-107, 12-15-119, 12-15-120, 12-15-126, 12-15-127, 12-15-128, 12-15-132, 12-15-207, 12-15-209, 12-15-211, 12-15-215, 12-15-221, 12-15-701, 12-25-9, 15-20A-5, 16-28-2.2, 16-28-8, 16-28-13, 16-28-14, 16-28-16, 16-28-17, 16-28-18, 44-1-24, 44-1-36 am'd.Jim Hill04/03/2019
HB130Triana, ad valorem tax, distrib. for public education, referendum, contingent on ad valorem tax increase in MadisonMike Ball04/11/2019Signed
HB129Madison, ad valorem tax, additional levy authorized for education, referendumMike Ball04/23/2019Signed
HB128Veterans, distinctive license plates, Air Medal added to military awards eligible to be commemorated, Secs. 32-6-250, 32-6-251 am'd.Mike Ball05/29/2019
HB127Consumer protection, roofing, contracts, cancellation of roofing contract further provided, Sec. 8-36-2 am'd.David Faulkner05/23/2019
HB126Subdivisions outside corp. limits of mun., plat to contain statement whether county commission will be responsible for roads, deeds to contain similar language on first sale to homeowners, Sec. 11-24-2 am'd.Becky Nordgren03/05/2019
HB88Alabama Sunrise Act, created, require Sunset Committee to review proposals for regulation of additional professions or occupations, Sec. 41-20-4.1 addedRandall Shedd03/05/2019
HB81Motor vehicles and motor fuels, Rebuild Ala. Act., add'l tax on gasoline and diesel fuel of eight cents in two increments, add'l licensing tax on electric and hybrid electric automobiles, distribution of proceeds for state, county, municipal, and State Port Authority transportation purposes, floor stock tax provided, bond of motor fuel terminal operators increased, taxes increased based on changes in National Highway Construction Cost Index, portion to finance improvements to ship channel related to Ala. St. Docks, ATRIP-II Committee estab., authorized to enter agreements for debt financing, Secs. 40-12-242, 40-17-331, 40-17-335 am'd.Bill Poole03/05/2019
HB125Revenue Dept, income tax refunds, set off debt collection, sums collected on behalf of claimant agency by other authorized entities are considered debts, Sec. 40-18-100 am'd.Wes Allen03/20/2019
HB124Historical Commission, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.Victor Gaston04/25/2019Signed
HB122Engineers and Land Surveyors, State Board of Licensure for Professional, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.Randall Shedd04/16/2019Signed
HB123Architects, State Board for Registration of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.Victor Gaston04/16/2019Signed
HB121Pharmacy, Alabama State Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Randall Shedd04/16/2019Signed
HB120Polygraph Examiners, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2020.Rex Reynolds04/18/2019Signed
HB119Bar Examiners, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.Rex Reynolds04/16/2019Signed
HB118Massage Therapy, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.Rex Reynolds04/16/2019Signed
HB117Dental Examiners, Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2021.Laura Hall04/16/2019Signed
HB115Occupational Therapy, Alabama State Board of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.Margie Wilcox04/16/2019Signed
HB116Landscape Architects, Alabama Board of Examiners of, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.Laura Hall04/16/2019Signed
HB113Security Regulatory Board, Sunset law review, continued until October 1. 2023.Margie Wilcox04/16/2019Signed
HB114Athlete Agents Commission, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2023.Margie Wilcox04/16/2019Signed
HB112Athletic Commission, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2020.Howard Sanderford04/18/2019Signed
HB111Onsite Wastewater Board, Sunset Law review, continued unitl October 1, 2020.Howard Sanderford04/18/2019Signed
HB110General Contractors, State Licensing Board for, Sunset Law review, continued until October 1, 2020.Howard Sanderford04/18/2019Signed
HB109Corrections Dept., purchasing authority further provided to include services and advertisements, Sec. 14-7-8 am'd.Alan Baker05/31/2019Signed
HB108Alabama Industry Recognized and Registered Apprenticeship Program Act, Alabama Office of Apprenticeship created to administer state programs in lieu of federal office, apprenticeship tax credit and aggregate apprenticeship tax credit increases, Secs. 40-18-422, 40-18-423, 40-18-424 am'd.Alan Baker05/08/2019
HB107Oysters, recreational permit by Dept. of Public Health, requirement for contact for health notices, income tax creditChip Brown05/15/2019
HB106Insurance, Commissioner of Insurance authorized to create educational and informational programs, hurricanes and nonhurricane wind and hail added to list of perils insurers required to provide in writing homeowners insurance, Secs. 27-2-7, 27-22-21 am'd.Chip Brown05/08/2019Signed
HB104Mobile Co., tobacco taxes levied by local law or by county, procedure for collection, enforcementChip Brown05/07/2019Signed
HB105Sales and use tax, exemption for items used in harvesting and processing commercial seafood, Sec. 40-23-4 am'd.Chip Brown03/05/2019
HB103Motorcycles and bicycles, red lights, authorized to disregard traffic-control signal and proceed under certain conditions, Sec. 32-5A-32 am'd.Victor Gaston03/05/2019
HB102Insurance companies, corporate governance, required to provide Commissioner of Insurance annually, insurance holding company systems, definition of internationally active insurance groups, confidentially, Corporate Governance Model Act enacted, Secs. 27-29B-1 to 27-29B-9, inclusive, added; Secs. 27-29-1, 27-29-7 am'd.Kerry Rich04/02/2019
HB101Insurance Data Security Law, Insurance Commissioner to regulate, reports to Insurance Dept., licensee to implement information security programs, oversight of third-party providers, reports re cybersecurity events, criminal penalties, Secs. 10A-20-6.16, 27-21A-23 am'd.Kerry Rich04/02/2019
HB100Civil procedure, Asbestos Trust Claims Transparency Act, disclosure of all viable asbestos trust claims required, Secs. 6-5-690 to 6-5-696 added.Jim Carns05/14/2019
HB99Escambia Co., Canoe Landmark District, annexation of property in district prohibited by local law, exception, const. amend.Alan Baker04/23/2019Signed
HB98Eminent domain, condemnation actions, land acquisitions of rights-of-way, waiver valuations authorized under certain conditions, Secs. 18-1A-3, 18-1A-22 am'd.Corley Ellis05/16/2019Signed
HB97Public contracts, preference to certain biddersLaura Hall03/05/2019
HB95Taxation, Birmingham Regional Paratransit Consortium, Incorporated, exempt from sales and use taxesRod Scott03/05/2019
HB96Crimes and offenses, marijuana, possession of, unlawful possession in first and second degree further provided, possession of marijuana in third degree created, Secs. 13A-12-214.4, 13A-12-214.5 added; Secs. 13A-12-213, 13A-12-214 am'd.Laura Hall03/05/2019
HB94Commerce, recapture benefit extended to call centers that relocate out of stateTim Wadsworth03/05/2019
HB93State employees, travel expenses, reimbursement for taxes paid while traveling, provided for, Sec. 36-7-20 am'd.Randall Shedd03/05/2019
HB92Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission website, Sec. 41-4-65 am'd.Randall Shedd03/05/2019
HB91Occupational licensing boards, required to create and maintain recruitment and assistance programs, Sunset Committee to review, Secs., 41-9A-1, 41-9A-2 added; Sec. 41-20-6 am'd.Randall Shedd03/05/2019
HB89Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission website, Sec. 41-4-65 am'd.Randall Shedd03/05/2019
HB90Professional licensing Boards, self-sustaining, bds, agencies, and commissions exempted from publishing expenditures through Comptroller website, required to post expenditures on bd, agency, or commission website, Sec. 41-4-65 am'd.Randall Shedd03/05/2019
HB87Occupational licensing boards, prohibit from assessing a monetary fine or penalty against a business entity consumer or individual consumer, 41-9A-1, 41-9A-2 addedRandall Shedd03/05/2019
HB86Telemarketers and telephone solicitations, consumer protection, Secs. 8-19A-3, 8-19C-5, 8-19C-11 am'd.Randall Shedd03/05/2019
HB85Mobile Co., personnel board for co. and muns employees, police officer and firefighter positions, pay for initial employees and lists of eligibles, Act 470, 1939 Reg. Sess., am'd.Shane Stringer03/05/2019
HB84Prescriptions, practitioner, electronic prescription specify whether a generic may be dispensed, Sec. 34-23-8 am'd.Arnold Mooney03/05/2019
HB83Mobile Co., court costs, additional in circuit and district court, judicial admin. funds established, distrib. for staffing of courts and circuit clerk's officeMatt Simpson03/05/2019
HB82Motor fuel taxes, to authorize Revenue Commissioner to temporarily waive licensing requirements for fuel importers, exporters, and transporters during a state of emergency, Sec. 40-2-11 am'd.Steve McMillan03/05/2019
HB80Permanent Joint Transportation Committee, technical corrections regarding Dept. of Transporation's long-range plan, long-range plan clarified, clarification of the Alabama Dept.of Transportation's duties and information requirements to the committee relating to the long-range plan, Sections 29-2-1, 29-2-2, 29-2-3, 29-2-4, 29-2-6, and 29-2-8 am'd.Bill Poole03/05/2019
HB78Retirement, retirees of Employee Retriement System and Teachers' Retirement System receiving allowance, max annual compensation increased, Secs. 16-25-26, 36-27-8.2 am'd.Rex Reynolds03/05/2019
HB79Children, to expand and clarify requirements for membership of child advocacy centers in the Alabama Network of Children's Advocacy Centers, Sec. 26-16-70 am'd.Rex Reynolds05/31/2019Signed
HB77Retirement, RSA, retirement plans, Tier III retirement plan created, Tier III Teacher Recruitment and Retention Act, plan benefits defined, Secs. 16-25-1, 16-25-11.1, 16-25-14, 16-25-21 am'd.Alan Baker05/31/2019
HB76Crimes and offenses, controlled substances, distribution for a medical purpose, further provided, Secs. 20-2-58, 20-2-71 am'd.Chris England05/31/2019Signed
HB75Real property, annexation, property with overlapped police jurisdictions, all property to be annexed with consent of all parties and affected municipalities under certain conditions, Sec. 11-42-21 am'd.Terri Collins05/29/2019
HB74Appointments, made by the Governor, to be subject to confirmation by the Senate for certain agencies, Secs. 14-1-1.3, 22-50-16, 23-1-21, 40-2-41, 41-4-30, 41-27-2 am'd.Chris Sells03/05/2019
HB71Drinking water, to set safety and cleanliness requirements for the design, construction, permitting, and operation of certain water distribution facilities, Sec. 22-23-55 addedApril Weaver03/05/2019
HB72Education, school grading system, change designation of a failing school to a challenged school, nonfailing school to a nonchallenged school, State Board of Education required to reflect changes in terminology when amending or adopting rules, Secs. 16-6C-2, 16-6D-3, 16-6D-4, 16-6D-6, 16-6D-8, 16-6D-9 am'd.Artis McCampbell05/15/2019
HB73Alabama Land Bank Authority Board, allow the Administrator of Ala. Credit Union Administration to apoint a designee, Sec. 24-9-5 am'd.Chris Sells05/23/2019Signed
HB70Telecommunications, broadband services, deployment of broadband infrastructure and telecommunication services near the right-of-way of railroads, procedure establishedDavid Standridge05/15/2019
HB69Prescriptions, practitioner, electronic prescription specify whether a generic may be dispensed, Sec. 34-23-8 am'd.Arnold Mooney05/29/2019Signed
HB68Civil procedure, Asbestos Trust Claims Transparency Act, disclosure of all viable asbestos trust claims required, Secs. 6-5-690 to 6-5-696 added.Jim Carns03/05/2019
HB67Legislature, term limits of two terms plus two years in each house provided, prior service not counted, const. amend.David Wheeler03/05/2019
HB65Taxation, Prince Hall Grand Lodge Free and Accepted Masons and Most Worshipful Grand Lodge F. and A.M., exempt from sales, county and municipal taxesArtis McCampbell03/05/2019
HB66Administrative procedures, minimum threshold for a proposed rule's eonomic impact set, measures to reduce cost of proposed rules, Secs. 31-3-2, 31-6-4, 31-12-1, 31-12-2 am'd.Wes Allen04/25/2019
HB64University of North Alabama, technical correction removing reference to State Superintendent of Edu., at-large member from within or without state added, Secs. 16-51-1, 16-51-3 am'd.Phillip Pettus04/04/2019Signed
HB63County housing authorities, bonds, electronic posting of notices to potential purchasers of bonds, eliminate bids from being advertised for three weeks, Secs. 24-1-71, 24-1-83, 41-4-16 am'd.Steve McMillan04/04/2019
HB62Education, public schools, grades 6 to 12, allow elective courses on the study of the Bible and display artifacts, monuments, symbols, and text related to the study of the Bible, State Board of Education to implement rules and policiesNathaniel Ledbetter03/05/2019
HB60Contract Review Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee, membership altered to include chairs of House Ways and Means General Fund and Education and Senate Finance and Taxation General Fund and Education Committees, provide further for the length of terms on the committee, Sec. 29-2-40 am'd.Kyle South04/18/2019
HB61Retirement, benefits for local employers participating in ERS, retirement benefits given to Tier I plan members authorized for Tier II plan members, Sec. 36-27-6.5 addedNathaniel Ledbetter04/03/2019
HB59Capital offenses, aggravating circumstances if victim was a law enforcement or correctional officer, first responder, or under 14 years of age, Secs. 13A-5-40, 13A-5-49 am'd.Chris Sells05/29/2019Signed
HB58EMS personel, revise licensing process to authorize criminal background checks, revise licensing fees, etc., Sec. 22-18-9 added; Secs. 22-18-4, 22-18-6 am'd.Chris Sells05/29/2019Signed
HB57Aggravated fraud, provide for the crime of, commercial law and consumer protection, securities, crimes and offenses, theft, Sec. 13A-8-220 addedChris Sells05/29/2019Signed
HB56Taxation, check-off contribution to provide an income tax refund check-off for a contribution to We Build the Wall, Incorporated., Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.Arnold Mooney03/05/2019
HB55Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, ignition interlock devices required, provision repealing in July 2023 deleted, Act 2018-517, 2018 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.Arnold Mooney03/20/2019
HB53Calhoun Co., bingo, authorizing games, not near residential area outside city limits, Amendment 508, Constitution of Alabama of 1901, (Section 1, Local Amendments, Calhoun Co., Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901), am'd., const. amend.Randy Wood04/25/2019Signed
HB54Lodging tax, rooms and spaces not used for overnight accomodations, exemption, consistent with rule of Revenue Dept., Sec. 40-26-1 am'd.Arnold Mooney03/21/2019
HB52Law enforcement officers, reserve deputies and reserve police officers, educational assistance provided, peace officer definition further defined, Secs. 36-21-102, 36-30-1 am'd.Randy Wood04/25/2019
HB51Workers' compensation, occupational disease further defined, Sec. 25-5-110 am'd.Randy Wood03/05/2019
HB43Child support, domestic relations cases, apointment of court referee by circuit court, Sec. 12-17-330 am'd.Jim Hill05/07/2019Signed
HB50Physical therapy, eliminate requirement for referral from physician or other health care practitioner to perform physical therapy, Secs. 34-24-191, 34-24-210.1, 34-24-217 am'd.Ron Johnson04/04/2019
HB49Churches, use of deadly force authorized, in defense of self or others for certain crimes against church members or volunteers, Alabama Church Protection Act, Secs. 13A-3-20, 13A-3-23 am'd.Lynn Greer03/20/2019
HB48Parental rights, provide that a conviction of a parent for rape or incest is a ground for termination of parental rights if the rape or incest resulted in the conception of the child, Sec. 12-15-319 am'd.Will Dismukes05/29/2019Signed
HB46Alcoholic beverages, retail licensees, making of infusions using distilled spirits authorized, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 added; Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.Chris England05/29/2019Signed
HB47Crimes and offenses, controlled substances, distribution for a medical purpose, further provided, Secs. 20-2-58, 20-2-71 am'd.Chris England03/05/2019
HB45Nursing, Board of, loan repayment program for advanced-practice nurses, loan program authorized for certain currently certified nurses, Sec. 34-21-96 am'd.April Weaver05/31/2019
HB44Nursing, Board of, allow board to enter into the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact, Secs. 34-21-20.01, 34-21-120 to 34-21-130, inclusive, added; Secs. 34-21-1, 34-21-2, 34-21-21, 34-21-22, 34-21-25 am'd.April Weaver03/05/2019
HB42Governing body of certain counties or municipalities, authorized to reduce or eliminate their local sales and use tax rate on foodChris England03/05/2019
HB41Alternative nicotine products, regulate advertising, retail sale, retail store inspection, permits, Secs. 28-11-16, 28-11-17, 28-11-18, 28-11-19, 28-11-20 added; Secs. 28-11-2, 28-11-4, 28-11-7, 28-11-8, 28-11-9, 28-11-11, 13A-12-3, 13A-12-3.1 am'd.Shane Stringer05/16/2019Signed
HB40Telemarketers and telephone solicitations, knowing display of misleading caller identification information prohibited, Secs. 8-19A-3, 8-19C-5, 8-19C-11 am'd.Craig Lipscomb03/20/2019
HB39Blessing Angels Gifting Tree, exempt from any state, county, and municipal sales and use taxesBarbara Drummond03/05/2019
HB38Class 2 municipalities, compensation standards for property taken by eminent domain, Secs. 18-1A-170, 18-1A-172 am'd.Barbara Drummond03/05/2019
HB37Taxation, receipts, state entities, authority to unearmark and use for other areas where funding has been reducedScott Stadthagen03/05/2019
HB36Law enforcement, recordings, not public records, procedure to determine to whom and what portion of a recording to disclose or release establishedJuandalynn Givan03/05/2019
HB35Pharmacists, collaborative practice agreements with a physician, agreements to be submitted to Bd. of Pharmacy and St. Bd. of Medical Examiners, Sec. 34-23-77 addedRon Johnson05/30/2019Signed
HB34Pharmacy, St. Board, pharmacy technicians, reinstatement of license, lapsed fees limited to five years, Sec. 34-23-131am'd.Ron Johnson05/02/2019Signed
HB33Prescription drugs, pharmacists, dispensing of generic drugs further provided for, specified prescription form deleted, provision prohibiting prescription of specific brand drug deleted, Sec. 34-23-8 am'd.Ron Johnson03/05/2019
HB31Juveniles, dependency hearing, allow statements to be entered into evidence in cases if they were made by a child under the age of 12 during a forensic interview and pertain to allegations of abuse against the child, Secs. 12-15-301, 12-15-310 am'd.Rex Reynolds05/30/2019Signed
HB32Education, Kyle Graddy Act, administration of single dose autoinjectable epinephrine on K-12 school campuses by students and pursuant to anaphylaxis preparedness program provided, Secs. 16-1-39, 16-1-48 am'dBarbara Bigsby Boyd05/31/2019Signed
HB30Children, to expand and clarify requirements for membership of child advocacy centers in the Alabama Network of Children's Advocacy Centers, Sec. 26-16-70 am'd.Rex Reynolds03/05/2019
HB29Telemarketers and telephone solicitations, knowing display of misleading caller identification information prohibited, Secs. 8-19A-3, 8-19C-5, 8-19C-11 am'd.Jimmy Martin03/20/2019
HB28Alabama Private Investigation Regulatory Act, private investigator, fees clarified, qualifications, licensing, procedure and fee to reinstate inactive licenses, increase number of hours for continuing education, Secs. 34-25B-4, 34-25B-7, 34-25B-11, 34-25B-12, 34-25B-13, 34-25B-17, 34-25B-18, 34-25B-21, 34-25B-22, 34-25B-26 am'd.Arnold Mooney04/03/2019
HB27Contracts, public, competitive bid law, minority-owned business and minority group, terms defined, Sec. 41-16-50 am'd.Rolanda Hollis03/05/2019
HB26Consumer, regulate microblading and eyelash extension facilities, penaltiesRolanda Hollis05/22/2019
HB25Motor vehicles, smoking of tobacco products prohibited in vehicle with child age 14 and under presentRolanda Hollis03/05/2019
HB24Parental rights, blind individuals, blindness may not serve as a basis for denial or restriction of visitation or custodyRolanda Hollis05/22/2019Signed
HB13Public Service Commission, telephone and cellular telephone customers, Do Not Call List, inclusion of commercial and cellular telephone subscribers, penalties and civil fines increased, Secs. 8-19C-2, 8-19C-3, 8-19C-5, 8-19C-6, 8-19C-7 am'd.Ron Johnson03/05/2019
HB12Taxation, sale of land for delinquent taxes, notice, requirements further provided for, address of property to be included, Sec. 40-10-14 am'd.Connie C. Rowe03/05/2019
HB11Hospitals, require hospitals to bill an injured person's health insurance and only seek compensation from health insurance unless certain circumstances apply, clarifying hospital lien provisions, Secs. 35-11-370 to 35-11-375, inclusive, am'd.Connie C. Rowe05/22/2019Signed
HB10Occupational diseases, certified firefighters of municipalities, cancer diagnosis a rebuttable presumption that cause is job related, presumption extended to previously employed for 10 yrs after last date of serviceTommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB9Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, able bodied adults without dependents, work requirements imposed to receive benefitsTommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB8Taxation, tax credit, authorized for the cost of acquisition and construction of a qualified storm shelterTommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB7Pharmacy Bd., appeals of decisions to circuit court, venue in county where bond is located, Sec. 34-23-94 am'd.Jim Hill05/29/2019Signed
HB14Public welfare, eligibility for benefits further provided, community service program, Dept. of Human Resources, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, drug testing for certain applicants, procedure providedTommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB15Public officers and employees, state personnel dept, state employees, suspensions without pay, total time not to exceed 30 business days, state employee must accept or request hearing within 10 business days, Sec.36-26-28 am'd.Wes Kitchens05/02/2019Signed
HB16Municial elections, require voters to regisgter in same time frame as registering for county or state election, Sec. 11-46-38 am'd.Jim Hill05/29/2019Signed
HB23Vacancies, United States Senator, temporary appointment by Governor until next general election authorized, Sec. 36-9-7 am'd; Sec. 36-9-8 repealedSteve Clouse04/03/2019
HB22Notaries public, appointment of, residents of states bordering Alabama who carry on a business, profession, or regularly employed in AL., commissioned as notary public by judge of probate, authorized, Secs. 36-20-70, 36-20-71 am'd.Chris Blackshear03/05/2019
HB21Retirement of members of the Teachers' Retirement System and the Employees' Retirement System who elect to receive a reduced retirement allowance, additional option of electing to receive a partial lump-sum distribution as a single payment, provided for under certain conditions, Secs. 16-25-14 & 36-27-16 am'd.Alan Baker05/23/2019Signed
HB20Advisory Board to the State Health Officer, authorize to meet by electronic means and establish rules of procedures for meetings, Sec. 22-21-27 am'd.Arnold Mooney05/23/2019Signed
HB19Schools, athletics, State Board of Education to approve any rules relating to student participation eligibility before adoption by a high school athletic organizationKyle South03/05/2019
HB18Firefighters, retired, occupational disease, cancer diagnosis within 10 yrs of retirement, reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses not covered by health ins. or Medicare under certain conditionsTommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB17Firearms, pistol permits, provide deadline for sheriff to issue or reinstate an appellant's pistol permit after a successul appeal, Sec. 13A-11-75 am'd.Connie C. Rowe05/29/2019Signed
HB6Motor vehicles, distracted driving, use of cell phone while operating a motor vehicle prohibited, exceptionsAllen Farley04/25/2019
HB5Taxation, check-off contribution to State Park Division of the Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Dept. of Mental Health or the Alabama Medicaid Agency, Sec. 40-18-140 am'd.Tommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB4Public officers and employees, salaries, salary increase of certain officers may not exceed the pay plan of Merit System, Sec. 36-6-6 am'd.Tommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB3Human Resources Dept., Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), benefits, drug testing for applicant requiredTommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB2Workers' compensation, firefighters, rebuttable presumption established, occupational disease, Secs. 25-5-110, 25-5-120 am'd.Tommy Hanes03/05/2019
HB1Retirement, Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP), open participation in Employees' Investment Retirement Plan (EIRP), options for Tier I and Tier II members to participate, reopened, Secs. 16-25-150, 16-25-151, 36-27-170, 36-27-171 am'd.John W. Rogers03/05/2019
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